GG Merch Online

A range of Graham Greene merchandise is now available online via his Reverb Nation store page.
A selection of men's and women's T-shirts is currently being added to, and other items will ce coming online over the rest of the year.

Visit the Graham Greene Merchandise Store by clicking here, or via ReverbNation.

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Locked, Cocked...

Graham GreeneGraham Greene & Annemieke - Jac Dalton BandThe first full-length promotional videos from Jac Dalton - the Icarus album tracks Locked, Cocked & Ready To Rock and For Your Love - have been completed and are now online. Filming for the clips was done by Kevin Thompson at Perth's Metropolis Concert Club, and included footage for two other songs from the Icarus album, the videos for which will be released lthroughout the remainder of 2012. A promo clip featuring samples from all four songs is currently on the Jac Dalton website (link here) and several associated sites. All videos can also be viewed on YouTube.
Jac Dalton, Lady Zeppelin and Graham Greene have all recently signed on with new Australasian management, Tony Savage of Adelaide-based Savagedog Events and Savage Records. Having completed their run of low-profile warmup shows in WA, the Jac Dalton Band is now working on new material and also preparing for projected interstate dates later in the year.  (photos for this story - Don Benson Photography)

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Guitar Gods Fly High

Guitar Gods (Behaving Badly) V, held on the 29th of June at the Fly By Night Musicians Club, has been widely hailed as the best of the series to date. The show featured stellar performances from the cream of Western Australia's rock musicians. The Graham Greene Band opened proceedings with a blistering set of instrumentals from the albums Club Voodoo and Leap Of Face, closing with Donna G. taking the stage for a powerful rendition of Led Zeppelin's classic Whole Lotta Love. The Jac Dalton Band (featuring Graham and Annemieke) followed with a set of songs from Jac's current album, Icarus, the seven-piece band relishing the large stage and moving the whole night up a gear.
The Godfather of WA Metal, Jamie Page and his band Black X (featuring Black Steel's Matt Williams on vocals) treated the crowd to a cross-section of Jamie's output to date, playing songs from Trilogy, Black Steel, new material from Project X, and a smattering of classic covers that included an impromptu guest spot from event MC Donna G.
The finale was West Coast legend John Meyer, who took the stage with his band to enthrall the punters with some favourite Saracen songs - executed in style by vocalist Craig Pinkney - and a preview of his next album project, which returns to the hard rock roots that made Meyer a household name on both sides of the continent. The internet was abuzz the following day with comments and photos from the gig, and hopes are high for a return of the Guitar Gods - and sooner rather than later.  (Photos for this story - Crosbie Photography)

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Icarus On Radio

KISS FM New ZealandThe Jac Dalton album Icarus has been picked up by several FM and Internet radio stations throughout New Zealand, UK, US, France, Nicaragua and Denmark in the past week. The following quote, from KISS FM in New Zealand:
"You're getting a lot of streaming time in NZ guys! Great songs, great band and production with a ripping bass player you can actually hear! The most exciting straight ahead Oz-rock band we've heard in a while! Every track is on station and we want more please!" 

Icarus is currently available on iTunes.

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Guitar Gods Behaving Badly V

Jamie Page & Graham GreeneGuitar Gods VFollowing their tradition of presenting the best of WA guitar, Guitar Gods will be staging the fifth concert in the “Guitar Gods Behaving Badly” series, this one being held at the Fly By Night Musicians Club in Fremantle on Friday, June 29th 2012.

On the bill for this stellar event is Graham Greene, Annemieke Heijne, John Meyer and Jamie Page in a showcase of West Coast Guitar that has not been witnessed in a long while. Graham will be opening the show with his own band, playing a set of his instrumentals before joining Annemieke and the rest of the Jac Dalton Band for their Fly By Night debut. Jamie Page will be showing off old and new offerings from his days with Trilogy and Black Steel and his current work with Project X. John Meyer, late of Rose Tattoo and Saracen will be closing the show with a set of material from his extensive catalogue and a preview of his new rock project.

Dubbed 3 Kings & A Queen, the concert has already received wide interest from WA rock fans, with visitors expected from further afield in South Australia. Tickets are on sale now via the Fly By Night Musicians Club website.

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Dalton Promo Online

Jac DaltonGraham & AnnemiekeThe first promotional video for the Jac Dalton Band - a 4:22 clip featuring samples of four songs from the Icarus album - has been completed and is now online. The video is also in the hands of Jac's European management and Australian label, and will be followed by full-length versions of the songs that the Jac Dalton Band filmed in March. The songs are Waterline, Icarus, For Your Love and Locked, Cocked & Ready To Rock. Stay tuned for more video release infomation via this page and Jac Dalton's social media pages - links on www.jacdalton.com.

Click here to view the Jac Dalton Band 2012 Promo Video on YouTube.
(Photos for this story by Don Benson Photography)  

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