Bio

© Christina Webber
© Christina Webber

Graham is an experienced guitarist that has played internationally and been involved in many musical theatre shows as well as tours, session work and radio. With a BA (Hons) in Popular Music, Graham has played guitar for 10 years and is available for:

• Session Work/Studio        • Live Shows

• Musical Theatre                • Functions

• Orchestra Pits                    • Tutoring

Graham studied bagpipes from the age of 10 and later, developed a keen interest in guitar as a teenager. He gained entry to study Popular music at Stevenson College Edinburgh and was one of three classmates to be awarded entry to complete his degree at Edinburgh Napier University. His passion lies within musical theatre, and because of this, Graham’s playing is extremely versatile. He covers an array of different genres such as funk, country, blues, jazz, progressive rock, acoustic percussive and many more. This allows Graham to accompany artists to any style that is required.

Graham has played in many musicals, including:

‘Bugsy Malone’, ‘Grease’, ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’,  ‘Les Misérables’, ‘Little Shop of Horrors’, ‘Rent’, ‘Spring Awakening’, ‘Sunshine on Leith’, ‘West Side Story’, ‘We Will Rock You’, ‘Whistle Down the Wind’ and more.

© Eilidh Leask
© Eilidh Leask

He has played in sold out theatre productions and performed in well known venues such as “The Famous Spiegeltent” and annually plays in the largest arts festival in the world: Edinburgh’s Fringe Festival.

As a studio musician Graham has recorded guitar for albums, radio and one off session recordings. He has appeared as a guitarist for an X Factor finalists tour around New Zealand and performed for artists such as country singer, Jody Direen.

Graham has played in countless live shows including a function band named “Major Tom” who were voted as one of Scotland’s top 10 function bands.


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