Scorcher Fest

Graham Greene BandThe Graham Greene Band has been confirmed to appear at the Perth leg of Scorcher Fest on Sunday the 29th of October at Badlands Bar. The event features acts from various genres on three stages, and gates open at midday. Tickets are available from scorcherfest.com.au or at the gate. GGB will be playing a 35 minute set of live favourites as well as the new single, The Gates of Balawat and some unreleased material.

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New Single Release

Inspired by a sci-fi short story from Canadian author Maria Haskins, Graham has released a new digital single, titled 'The Gates of Balawat'. The track is up-tempo symphonic metal, in keeping with the style of Graham's 2016 EP release, The Guitar Vinci Code and will be included in the current live set. The Gates of Balawat is now available for download or streaming from CD Baby, iTunes, Amazon Mp3, Google Music, Groove, Spotify and Tidal, and the Graham Greene Band will debut the tune live at a show in August.

 

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GGB Live In Perth

GGB LiveAfter a successful return to playing live shows, including an encore gig at The Civic on May 14, the Graham Greene Band is continuing with a June 18 show at The Boston in Northbridge. Perth residents can find details of GGB's live appearances via Graham's facebook page and twitter feed, which are updated regularly. It has also been announced that GGB will be performing at Rock For MS 5 at the Charles Hotel in November 2017, lending their support to finding a cure for Multiple Sclerosis.

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The Profile

Graham was recently interviewed by Gary Dunn for episode 6 of The Profile, where he describes his early life in the Outback, moving to the city, and beginning his lifelong love affair with the guitar. He also talks about his time with Perth bands Flash Harry and Ice Tiger, and his solo career, recordings and musical directions. The video of the interview is now online and can be found on YouTube.

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Taking a break from writing is going well. Chord arrangement, drums and orchestration mapped out for the new tune. 🙄 #whydoIbother

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