Greene Blues

Chicken Soup For The SoulAfter releasing a special Limited Edition CD version of his new EP, Lord Of Misrule with two bonus tracks, Graham has now released a new digital single - his first blues instrumental, called Chicken Soup For The Soul. The track is one of the CD bonus tracks, and has been released for people outside of Western Australia who are not in a position to buy the CD, which is only available at Graham's live shows. Chicken Soup For The Soul is now available for download from CD Baby, iTunesAmazon Mp3 and other reputable music sites. A promotional video clip for the track can be found on YouTube.

 

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Zep & Butterfly 2014

Graham and Donna Greene - Lady ZeppelinOn the 27th of September, Graham and Donna Greene will be performing with their band Lady Zeppelin for their only 2014 show at the Civic Hotel in Perth. This will be the first Lady Zeppelin concert since Donna's diagnosis with MS, and marks a milestone in her progress in dealing with the disease. She and Graham will be joined by LZ bandmates Jim Awram, Shane Brady and Jason Dohrmann as they present a special set of Heart covers as an introduction to the show. Fittingly, the concert has been named Zep & Butterfly in honour of the occasion. For those able to attend, ticketing details are on the event's facebook page.
image: Awakening Vixen Photography

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New Dalton Single

Jac Dalton - Roll With The PunchesAs the forthcoming album, Can't Unrock Me from Jac Dalton nears completion, the first single has been releasedwoldwide through iTunes. Roll With The Punches is a classic rock collaboration between Graham and Jac, produced and mixed by Darren Mullan. Can't Unrock Me will be available in its entirety later in 2014. Latest news on the release can be found on the Jac Dalton website and facebook page.

Download the single by clicking on the image at left.

 

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Hells Bells

Hells BellsIt has recently been announced that Graham will be joining Australian AC/DC tribute Hells Bells, replacing guitarist Todd Brindley, who has retired due to health issues. Graham cut his teeth on the Hells Bells set at the Bonfest concert at the Astor Theatre in February, and will be hitting the road with the band in April for a string of local dates. A statement from the Hells Bells camp regarding Graham's appointment and live debut can be found on their official facebook page.

 

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