Introducing Graham Robins

'Magical rootsy stuff, gloriously uplifting and with atmosphere by the spadefull!


Graham Robins is an outstanding and soulful singer songwriter with two previous albums Spirit Within and Roll Back The Years on 33 Records.

He was a 2008 Indie Award Nominee and tours the U.K. and Ireland regularly either solo or with his band and with virtuoso guitarist and former Van Morrison sideman Ronnie Johnson.

Graham has performed at The Edinburgh Festival, The North Devon Music Festival The Castlebar International Blues Festival and The Westport Arts Festival. He has opened shows for numerous artists including The Waterboys, Seth Lakeman, Glen Tilbrook, Georgie Fame and toured with Chris Farlowe.

At London's Borderline as part of Shana Morrison's 2007 U.K. Tour they dusted together on Van Morrison's Sometimes We Cry to great acclaim.

Graham's soulful voice and unique guitar style knit together perfectly wrapped around lyrics gathered from a lifetime of experience, where a performance becomes a passionate embrace of heartfelt songs revealing great depth and sincerity

Graham has been performing since the mid 60's. His style is deep rooted in Soul, Blues, Country and Gospel with the occasional dip into Celtic and Folk.

Along the way he has written songs that are literate, honest and with considerable emotions on display with a voice both powerful and controlled and live performances full of atmosphere.

He has worked tirelessly down the years performing at Festivals in Ireland and the U.K. including The Edinburgh Fringe Festival, The Guinness Castlebar Blues Festival and The North Devon Music Festival and many others. Graham has shared the stage with numerous artists through four decades including Amen Corner, The Herd, Geno Washington, Jimmy James and the Vagabonds and Georgie Fame and many others.

A highlight of recent years was opening for The Waterboys with great reactions from both the audience and band alike. More recently touring with Chris Farlowe and Shana Morrison and performing a duet with her to great acclaim at London's Borderline.

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With influences that are vast and eclectic that stretch back to days of tuning into 'Radio Luxembourg and 'Caroline, listening to Stax, Motown and Atlantic Records and a love of artists with cross border musical links.







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