The Guitar Vinci Code

It has just been announced on August 8th that a new Graham Greene EP titled The Guitar Vinci Code is nearing the final recording stages, and should be ready for release later in 2016. A short teaser video appeared on the Greenehouse Productions facebook page to coincide with the announcement made on social media.

 

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Flash Harry Reunion

Flash Harry Reunion 2016Saturday, April 16th saw Graham onstage with his old band mates from Flash Harry to celebrate 30 years since the band was part of the phenomenal Australian "Pub Rock" scene. Flash Harry was Graham's first full-time band after turning pro in 1982, and enjoyed considerable success as a guaranteed crowd puller from 1982 - 1986. A packed house at Perth's Charles Hotel witnessed the band playing a set of favourites to a rapturous reception, the players proving that they had lost none of their professional and musical edge. Social media response has been equally positive amid calls for more efforts to be made in maintaining and growing Australia's live music industry by both Government and private sectors.
After the demise of Flash Harry, Graham went on to form the chart-topping melodic rock outfit Ice Tiger, which played its first gig on New Years Eve 1987/88 and included Flash Harry members Steve Essex and John Calabrese.

Photo: Awakening Vixen Photography

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10 Years Of Tone

Mesa/Boogie Artist, Graham GreeneAfter racking up an impressive decade with Ormsby Guitars in 2015, 2016 marks ten years that Graham has been an official Mesa/Boogie Artist, one of the few Australian musicians to carry the title. To celebrate this significant milestone, a limited edition 10th Anniversary Mesa/Boogie poster is being released to selected Boogie dealers in Australia. Click on the image to visit Graham's artist page on the Mesa/Boogie website.

 

Photo: Lord Robbie

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Clinic Sellout

Graham GreeneThe Graham Greene guitar clinic at Classic Sounds' Studio 9 on Wednesday July 15th was a resounding success, with a capacity crowd enjoying a ninety minute program of music, advice, demonstrations and anecdotes from Graham's life and career as a touring performer and recording artist. Graham played an assortment of Ormsby guitars through his smaller, 'clinic-sized' Mesa/Boogie amp rig, and included two tracks from his new album, Down Devils Road as part of a musical performance that included an impromptu spot on tenor Ukulele. The overwhelmingly positive feedback from the clinic bodes well for live shows planned for later in 2015. A full X-press Magazine review of the clinic can be found in Reviews.
Photo: Craig Skelton

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