GGBB III - The 3 Kings

Donna and Graham at GGBBII, November 2008 GGBB III - The 3 Kings February 2009
March 14th has been announced as the date for the third show in the  Guitar Gods Behaving Badly series, this time featuring John Meyer, Graham Greene and Jamie Page with their bands in a historic concert as the three appear together on the same bill for the first time. Once again, the venue is the Charles Hotel in North Perth.

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GG Co-writing For CD

Jac Dalton GG Co-writing For CD January 2009
Graham is currently working on demos for a collaboration with Adelaide-based US expat Jac Dalton for Jac's upcoming album. Contributing artists on the last Jac Dalton CD included members of AC/DC, The Angels and Rose Tattoo, as well as members of Robert Plant and Brian Cadd's bands, so Graham is considering himself in exalted company as he works on the new JD album.

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US Action After SMA's

Star Music Entartainment Group, Inc. US Action After SMA's December 2008
After his success at the 2008 Star Music Awards, where he was named Best Rock Instrumental Artist, Graham has appeared on US internet radio station Hard Rock Radio Live, being interviewed on the Wake Up Dead Morning Show with DJ SpeedKing. More media has been scheduled for the New Year. Graham's new higher profile in the US and the buzz surrounding the success of the Star Music Awards bodes well for an interesting 2009 for the Greenehouse camp!
Listen to a podcast of the interview here.

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A Busy November for GG

Donna G. - Resonance Project A Busy November for GG November 2008
Guitar Gods Behaving Badly II kicked off the month with Graham, Gerard Maunick and Gerry Quigley rocking the house at the Charles Hotel on the 15th. An extended blues jam to end the show featuring Graham and Gerry was one of the memorable highlights. On the 22nd was the WA Custom Guitar Show at Mojo's Bar in North Fremantle. Graham conducted an afternoon clinic and performed a live set in the evening part of the show. Taking centre stage on the day, of course, were the stunning electric and acoustic guitars produced by Perry Ormsby and Andrew Ellis. On the 29th, Resonance Project appeared headlining the bill for the multi-band Powerfest at the Charles Hotel. Also playing on the night was Lacrymae, Diamond Eye and Allostene.

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GG Wins US Music Award

Star Music Awards GG Wins US Music Award October 2008
In a coup for Australian music, Graham won the award for Best Rock Instrumental Artist at the inaugural Star Music Awards held at the Music Box Theater in Hollywood on October 26th. As a result, Graham will be featured in US press and radio, and has attracted the attention of media and promo companies in and around Los Angeles. Graham's words on the award win can be found in his MySpace blog.

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Boogie Nights A First

Mesa/Boogie Display Boogie Nights A First August 2008
Music Park and Mesa/Boogie took over Manhattan's Bar & Cafe on Tuesday August 18th to present the first ever Australian Mesa/Boogie clinic and product presentation night, Boogie Nights in Manhattan. With performances by Graham Greene, Karina Cass and Gerry Quigley, the show was a huge success, drawing a larger than expected crowd and featuring and all-star jam with Gerry's band The Shinkickers.

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