On his debut album Wild Is... Graham explores elements of jazz, blues, classical and alternative contemporary. The avant-garde, almost vaudevillian, presentation underlies themes of evolution and transformation which define the work. The strictures of Graham's extensive operatic career as a rarely found tenore contraltino, though strongly acknowledged, are overthrown by his love of a broader breadth of influences.
Graham was approached by BBC 6 Music and BBC Merseyside to record his own version of Ian Prowse’s “Does This Train Stop on Merseyside”. This recording will feature alongside contributions from major musical artists including Elvis Costello, Christy Moore and Miles Hunt as part of a new documentary about how Irish Artists have influenced musical life in Liverpool.
New York beckons in 2018 with a show off Broadway in The Laurie Beechman Theatre at The West Back Café and exciting new material to be released.
Graham is a native of Dublin, Ireland.