Over the course of his long career, Graham Gould has amassed many songs and stories from experiences
travelling the road in bands or playing solo.
Graham’s songwriting was first acknowledged when he won a Gold Guitar award in New Zealand for Best
Composition with Lady Right and also fourth prize for Goodbye Lover, Hello Friend.
January 2006 saw the independent release of a four song EP which was played on radio throughout Australia and Europe while he finished off the his first solo album.
February 2007 saw Goodbye Lover, Hello Friend released on a compilation album and released to 25 countries by NITE*SKY Records of Ohio, and TKO Records in Canada, which made Top10 in eight European countries including his first No1 in Ireland and a No2 in Italy and Austria.
The second single, Crazy, was also released by NITE*SKY Records and
airplay. July 2007 saw There’s a New Way in the Top 10 in Sweden and
His first solo album, Soundboard, achieved a Top 5 nomination for Album of the Year at the Victorian Country Music Awards in January 2008 which was a wonderful stamp of approval for a self produced album, and has also gathered 22 Top 10s throughout Europe to date.
His recent single is the Kenny Loggins’, Danny’s Song, which comes from his latest album, The Journey – 40 Years. The album is a celebration of 40 years of recording through various bands and a solo career. The single which gained a No2 in Denmark and Ireland with a No3 in Israel peaked at No17 in the European Top100 and is still charting after twenty weeks. The video for the song was aired nationally on cable television’s Country Music Channel.
Fresh back from a European holiday where he performed in the south of France, he says “It’s time for the next leg of the musical journey”.