Graham Gould

Graham has been involved in music for virtually all his life, in both studio and live performances. In his early career he performed as a guitarist, bass player and lead vocalist with Stoney Creek playing throughout Australia.

The band carved a name for themselves on Australia’s country music circuit, head lining at most of the major music festivals in the eastern states. The band leaned heavily on their harmonizing abilities and were often called upon as a backup band for many top artists such as Jimmy Little, Patsy Riggir and Alison Durbin

They were also the backing band for the contestants in the Starmaker talent quest in Tamworth in the early 80s, an event that was to launch the careers of several of today’s stars such as Lee Kernaghan.

During this time, he was writing more songs than the band could use and entered a song into the New Zealand Gold Guitar Awards and won with the song Lady Right.

In 2006 Graham released a track which was to appear on a forthcoming album. Meanwhile it scored Top 10 in eight European countries including a No1 in Ireland and No2 in Italy. The self-produced album went on to receive a nomination for Album of the Year at the Victorian Country Music awards in 2008.

The coming years saw Graham producing a handful of albums covering a variety of genre and continues to receive airplay in many pockets of the globe.

He is now composing music for a variety of commercial and cinematic uses and is happy to draw upon the talents of a variety of musicians and vocalists and also had time to sing on the well-known Bunnings jingle.

He continues to write and score as his passion continues.