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Making a rare NYC appearance at Joe's Pub on January 28th featuring Ricky Davis on pedal steel guitar and special guest violinist Todd Reynolds, along with the usual Golden Arm Trio stalwarts Jeremy Bruch (drums) and Utah ...

Joe’s Pub

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  The Rude Mechanicals will be at the Lincoln Center Theater New York City for most of January and February 2014 with one of their newest shows "Stop Hitting Yourself" with musical composition and sound design by Graham.  ...

Lincoln Center / Stop Hitting Yourself

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"All is Bright" is now available on DVD / download / stream. Starring Paul Rudd and Oscar nominee Paul Giamatti and featuring an original score by Graham, it's the story of two low-level con men attempting to pull off one ...

All is Bright DVD

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Golden Hornet Project, Texas Performing Arts and Texas Choral Consort have teamed up for GHP’s biggest effort yet: a re-orchestration of Mozart’s incredible class, Requiem. Featuring composers Glen Kotche (Wilco), ...

Requiem Undead

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DVD AVAILABLE NOW! Richard Linklater’s “Before Midnight”, featuring Ethan Hawk and Julie Delpy hit theaters om early 2013 with soundtrack on Milan Records. Variety says “One of the great movie romances of the ...

Before Midnight DVD

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Working hard on finishing up mixing and editing the live audio from the awesome Forklift Danceworks show that played to over 6,000 people in October.  Hope to have a digital album ready ...

PowerUP Soundtrack

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Richard Linklater Collaborations

Graham has collaborated five times with iconic independent film director Richard Linklater (Slacker, Dazed and Confused, School of Rock), starting with a simple piano score for the short “Live From Shiva’s Dance Floor” in 2003. Featuring Timothy “Speed” Levitch, star of the documentary The Cruise, “Shiva’s Dance Floor” is a film essay on 9/11 exploring ideas about what to do with the land at Ground Zero. Not long after, Linklater asked Graham to score A Scanner Darkly which he was adapting from the Philip K. Dick novel. Keanu Reeves, Robert Downey Jr. and Winona Ryder starred in the rotoscoped film; shot in live action and then animated over. The score which featured acoustic instruments and electric guitar processed through computer effects was declared “Best Soundtrack of the Decade” by Cinema Retro Magazine. After Scanner came Bernie starring Jack Black. Read more…