Rising singer-songwriter Graham Barham has signed a global publishing deal with Warner Chappell Music and Cornman Music.
The Lousiana native developed his talent for singing, songwriting and playing guitar at the age of 10. Now based in Nashville, Barham draws musical inspiration from his upbringing on his family’s farm.
He garnered a strong social media following with his viral hit “Preachers Need People,” which led to his first distribution deal with Virgin.
Barham’s most recent release, “Beer By My Bed,” shows how he’s grown as an artist thus far. Expressed through his twangy vocals and heartfelt writing, his songs are about the man he is trying to become.
This reflection comes from a very personal space for Barham, as he moved to Nashville at the age of 18 to pursue music and began writing for other artists. His signature balance of honesty and humor defines his lyrical prowess. Mostly produced by songwriter and producer Will Bundy, Barham’s debut project delivers a bittersweet and relatable perspective of a young southern guy just finding his way.
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