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Graham Greene | Chicken Soup for the Soul

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Chicken Soup for the Soul

by Graham Greene

Graham's first blues release - Instrumental guitar goodness from Downunder.
Genre: Blues: Electric Blues
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A professional musician for 30+ years, Graham Greene is a leading Australian exponent of electric rock and blues guitar.

A master performer and craftsman, he has received accolades from Australian Guitar Magazine, who have stated Graham Greene to be Australia's answer to Steve Vai and Joe Satriani, through to Hollywood where he was the recipient of the 2008 Star Music Award for Best Instrumental Rock Artist for his song "Impressive Hair", (announced by DIO guitarist, Craig Goldy) and is the first Australian to be featured on the US Mesa/Boogie website (2007), and included in the international Mesa/Boogie catalogue for 2010/12.

Multi-Grammy Award winning engineer, John Hampton of Ardent Studios in Memphis, TN on Graham Greene; "Graham, you da man with the 6 string. Steve Stevens meets Eric Johnson meets Gibbons meets ....GRAHAM!”

Best remembered for his band, cult melodic rock giants of the late 80's and early 90's, Ice Tiger, 'the boy from the Kimberley' and much loved West Australian guitar shaman is Graham Greene and the name behind Guitar Gods, West Coast Guitar Heroes.

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