New EP Out Now

The Guitar Vinci CodeGraham's new EP, The Guitar Vinci Code is now released, and is available as a CD via the Shop page of this website. Perth residents may also purchase the CD at Classic Sounds and Abbott's Music in Kelmscott. The download is currently available at CD Baby, iTunes, Amazon Mp3 and Google Play.
The Guitar Vinci Code sees Graham focussing his direction and producing an instrumental symphonic rock/metal feast with Celtic and Eastern overtones, sure to appeal to the discerning rock and metal listener's ear. Maria Haskins' review of the EP can be found on the Rock And Roll music blog, with other current information and news updates from Graham on his facebook page and Twitter feed.

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New Interview Online

Graham GreeneGraham recently spoke with music blog Rock and Roll's Maria Haskins, and the resulting interview can be seen on the Rock and Roll website. Graham talks about the new EP, The Guitar Vinci Code, his studio and stage equipment, past work, new developments with Ormsby Guitars and much more.

 

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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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