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"JOSH GRAFF"

John Mayer's triumphant appearance at the Grammys was an auspicious sign to all the Georgia singer-songwriters strumming in cafes and filling spiral notebooks with lyrics. Graff, of Warner Robins, has a leg up on the competition running for Mayer's office: He's only 19 and he's already recorded an album full of smart, hummable tunes. "Six String Sadness" has more growl than the title implies - The Macon Telegraph


"JOSH GRAFF"

When he plays, signs of youth fade away, and the music takes hold. - Houston Journal


"JOSH GRAFF"

He's a very telented young man! - Gavin DeGraw


"JOSH GRAFF"

He's got some groovy tunes! I definatly hear a sould blossoming! If he keeps it up, it'll be me watching him someday! - Michael Tolcher


Discography

"The Josh Graff Project" was released in 2000
"A Bigger, Better Place..." was released in 2003
"Live in Herritage Studios" was released in 2004
"Six String Sadness" was released in 2005
"Let Me Go" from "The Josh Graff Project" recieved radio airplay on Q106 in Macon, GA
"Why Did You Lie To Me?" from "Six String Sadness" recieved radio airplay on Q106 in Macon, GA

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Bio

Josh Graff was born September 4, 1985 in the town of Warner Robins, GA, located about fifteen miles south of Macon, which is the home of music greats like Otis Redding, Little Richard, and The Allman Brothers Band. As a budding blues guitarist in his early teens, Graff caused a buzz in the local bar scene. People soon began to realize that he was on a mission. That mission was to make room for a kid in a music scene dominated by professionals twice his age, and to make music that people can hear, enjoy, and relate to. Mission impossible? No.
After a few years of shredding his Fender Stratocaster and independently releasing a blues album, Graff realized he was never going to be Jimi Hendrix or Stevie Ray Vaughan. It was time for Josh Graff to find himself. He purchased an acoustic guitar and began writting songs about love found, love lost, and his desire to leave his small town life behind and move on. By the age of sixteen Josh Graff released his second independent album, entitled “A Bigger, Better Place...”, and managed to earn respect as a solo artist.
Touring the local college bar scene and selling copies of his new release, while still in high school, led to the next chapter in Josh Graff’s life. “I felt it was time to spend a little money, take a lot of time, and get things done the right way.”, said Graff. With a new attitude and a full band, Graff entered the studio to record a full-length, all-original album entitled “Six String Sadness”. With this release Josh Graff has become a self-managed, singer, songwriter, guitarist, touring performer, and now producer.
When asked about the inspiration for the songs on “Six String Sadness”, Graff said, “Most of the songs are just about what’s been going on in my life; girls, friends, and problems I’ve faced over the past year or so”. With songs anyone can relate to, “Six String Sadness” is a must have for any CD collection. Graff has allready earned the respect of industry professionals like Gavin DeGraw, Jason Mraz, Michael Tolcher, and Jaimoe of The Allman Brothers Band. Josh Graff is a dedicated, heartfelt musician with many dreams and a promising future. After you experience what he has to offer, you can’t help to ask yourself, what will Josh Graff do next?