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David Graff

David Graff is a Canadian singer-songwriter who began his professional career as a drummer, recording and touring with numerous Vancouver bands at an early age. His desire to take control of his musical fortunes led him to songwriting, and he spent the next stage of his career writing and recording in Vancouver and Los Angeles. He recorded an album in 1987 with Grammy-winning producer Greg Ladanyi. He placed a number of songs in film and television and received a Genie Nomination in 1992 for best song in a Canadian movie. His next recording was an EP in 1998 titled "Some Of What I Know." The EP was a limited release, meeting some success, and resulted in him playing numerous shows and a handful of industry showcases.

By the turn of the century, feeling burned out on the music business, Graff moved to Bowen Island, British Columbia and turned his creative energies to making art. He quickly acquired representation in a number of galleries in Canada and the U.S. His work is in private and corporate collections around the world and can be seen in movies, television, and publications.

During his self-imposed hiatus, David continued to write songs, despite having no plans to share them publicly, but his creative and musical roots run deep, and he began performing again in 2012 and began work on an album of new songs in 2016. Co-produced by daughter Julia Graff and James Perrella and featuring a number of Vancouver's top touring and studio musicians, the album "Supposed To Fly" took shape.