GRAHAM STONE MUSIC
"Excellent, intelligent, original..."
"Solid, smart, well-arranged, melodic, and nicely-crafted..."
"It is music I’ll put on when I want something solid and smooth in its delivery, yet bringing a rocking, deep-voiced ride into the previous void of sound."
"Somewhere between a honky tonk romp and a stroll through the Smokies."
-Red Line Roots
"Lyrically addressing what we all relate to"
-Style Weekly (Richmond)
"Sounds years aged beyond his youth, giving the roots scene yet another vibrant voice"
"A voluminous musical journey through roots music up to modern folk rock"
-The Auricular (Richmond)
"Songs that stray from the typical Americana sound"
-Daily Progress (Charlottesville)
Live Video // Solo Performance // (Unreleased Original Song)
Live Video // Full Band //
Live Video // Acoustic Trio Performance // (Unreleased Original Song)
Music Video //
Virginia Public Radio--Live Sessions //
Immediately after releasing his debut collection of songs Until the Day, Graham Stone Music garnered regional airplay on WNRN out of Charlottesville and appeared live on Acoustic Sunrise with Anne Williams. Shortly thereafter, he gained national attention when the album was given a featured review by roots music authority No Depression and placed right next to Dave Rawling's release entitled Poor David's Almanac.
Whether playing solo, trio, full band or somewhere in between, Graham Stone Music has toured the eastern seaboard of the United States playing alongside and opening for national touring acts like Lindsay Lou, Songs from the Road Band, the Brothers Brothers and guitar heroes like Michael Daves while aso playing regionally with other local bands and friends.
Highlight shows include playing Floydfest, Red Wing Roots, Takoma Park Folk Fest, the Great Blue Heron Fest, and the NorFOLK Festival in the Eastern Tidewater region of his home state.
His latest collection of songs promises continued momentum as an up and coming regional songwriter with a dedicated following.
For fans of Doc Watson, Eddie Vedder and John Prine.