Singer-songwriter Graham Barham is starting 2024 by sharing the news of his signing with Sony Music Nashville and Disruptor Records as well as his latest single “Lights On Nobody’s Home,” out today (Jan. 5).
“I’m so grateful for the opportunity to work with the incredible teams at Sony Music Nashville and Disruptor,” he says. “It really is a blessing to partner with companies who have such a long history of developing artists and innovating musically. I couldn’t be more excited or grateful to have them in my corner.”
The Oak Ridge, Louisiana native draws inspiration from the imagery of his small hometown. He began singing in church when he was little, and had taught himself to play guitar and write music by the age of 10. At age 18, Barham made his way to Music City and began penning tunes for artists in town, working to hone a balance of compassion, honesty and humor in his songwriting, while pulling elements of classic country influences like George Strait and heavy hitters in the pop space.
Written by Barham, Beau Bailey, Will Bundy and Brad Clawson, “Lights On Nobody’s Home” is a playful take on drinking away heartbreak. The track is the first taste of all the new music the artist plans to release this year.
Additionally, Barham will join Adam Doleac on select dates of his “Wrong Side Of A Sunrise 2024 Tour” this spring.
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