Tale Goes On


The new Resonance Project digital EP, Tale Goes On is now online and available for download through CD Baby, iTunes, Google Music and Amazon. The songs - penned by Graham and Donna Greene - include re-recorded versions of the three tracks on the Rise And Fall demo EP, a re-recorded version of the vocal track from Leap Of Face, a previously unreleased song written in 1996, and the recently written title track.

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Post Tumour Humour

Dr. Errol H. ToutOn December 14th, Graham will be appearing as a guest at the launch of The Post Tumour Humour Album by Dr. Errol H. Tout, a long-time friend and musical associate. Graham played on four tracks on the album, and will be reprising his roles on two of them for the launch, which is being held at the Astor Theatre in Perth. The album was recorded while Dr. Tout was recovering from two cancer surgeries, and all proceeds from the show are going to benefit cancer research. In a whimsical touch, the surgeon who performed the operations will also be guesting on harmonica.

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Digital EP Coming In 2014

Graham Greene EPGraham has recorded and mixed four new instrumental tracks, which will be be released online as a digital EP download on iTunes, CD Baby and Amazon in early 2014. The tunes are also to be included on a forthcoming album ahich will be available on both digital and hard-copy CD format later in the new year. The track titles - released for the first time here and now - are The Elegant SavageSpirit Fingers, Bobbo's Café (named after friend and sound engineer Bob De Wolff) and Lord Of Misrule. EP art and title will be released when completed.
Artwork at left is a concept for the track Spirit Fingers.

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Rocking For MS

Siren - Rock for MSIn June of 2013, Graham's wife Donna Greene was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis - MS. Since that time, they have become involved in raising awareness of the disease and raising money to fund research into treatment and an eventual cure. On November 22nd, the Graham Greene Band will be opening proceedings at Sound the Siren - Rock for MS, a concert being held at the Charles Hotel in North Perth. Donna will be headlining the show with her Divinyls tribute band Siren in her first performance since her diagnosis. Closing the night is AC/DC tribute Hells Bells. Support for Donna and the show has come from around Australia as artists gather to help one of their own. Among the supporters are John "Swanee" Swan, and Patricia "Little Pattie" Amphlett, OAM, cousin of the late Australian rock icon Chrissy Amphlett, who also suffered from MS before succumbing to cancer in early 2013.

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