Singer-songwriter Graham Barham has signed with UTA for worldwide representation in all areas. Barham also recently inked a global publishing deal with Warner Chappell Music and Cornman Music.
Born and raised in the rural Louisiana village of Oak Ridge, Barham grew up on his family’s farm and started singing in church at a young age. He taught himself to play guitar and was writing songs by the age of 10, mining inspiration from artists like George Strait as well as heavy hitters in the pop world.
Barham moved to Nashville at 18 to pursue a songwriting career. His debut project, produced primarily by Will Bundy, includes his breakout single, “Preachers Need People” and “Beer By My Bed,” a slow-burning, gritty portrait of post-blackout regret.
The rising 24-year-old artist will make his first CMA Fest appearance June 9 on the Hard Rock Stage.
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