Stan Graham

Stan Graham

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Folk - Contemporary | York, England, United Kingdom
Total Song Plays: 1,342   
Member Since: 2007
   Last Login: over 30 days ago
   Sounds Like: Tom Waits, Sarah Mclachlan

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I write in a contemporary style, similar to Tom Paxton or Ralf McTell. My songs are written from the heart and the lyrics are meant to be listened to. I write about many different subjects, sometimes touching on politics, human situations and life but never too seriously and I try not to preach. All my albums are professionally recorded, produced and engineered using the finest musicians available. I have a number of high profile covers of my songs from artists the like of George Hamilton IV, Vin Garbutt and Martyn Wyndham-Read. All my albums have been top sellers both in England and across the world.

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Hi, I have just finished recording my 5th studio album "Fragile" which is released in December 2014. I would like to think this is by best collection of songs recorded on any of my albums. Featuring the every best of the UKs musicians, Anna Massie (Kate Rusby Band & Blazing Fiddles) Angus Lyon (Blazing Fiddles) Stewart Hardy (John Wright Band) Emily Smith, Jamie McClennon, Wendy Weatherby. Please take the time to listen and look me up.


GlenJohnston2406443 posted over 30 days ago to Stan Graham

Superb voice.

J Nelson K posted over 30 days ago

Stan, If My Dreams Had Wings Indeed! ... Great Vocal And Production. Best Wishes For Your Continued Success Wherever Life And The Music May Lead You ... J Nelson K

BrookMcWhorter9716075 posted over 30 days ago

Thanks for reviewing "Roll To Me". I appreciate the honesty, and I'm glad to see there are musicians out there giving honest opinions during the review. I'm currently looking at ways to improve the song overall, and having a melody change somewhere inside the song is a good idea. Again, I appreciate you giving it an honest review as it's much easier to just give someone 2 thumbs up and move on! Thanks, Brook Mcwhorter

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