Graham Cleaver aka The GMAN is a renowned musician singer and songwriter. Grahams love of the blues shows in his written material. As well as creating his own style of country blues which is influenced by the blues men and women of the 1920s 1930s and 1940s, Graham takes other influences from the Rhythm and Blues bands of the 1960s / 1970s, The Rolling Stones’ Pretty Things and The Kinks, as well as further musical influences from Progressive and heavy rock plus folk, too.
Graham is currently based in the small historic Lincolnshire town of Crowland, 8 miles north of Peterborough, having moved in March 2022 after semi-retiring from full time-employment. Graham is also co-owner with his wife Tracy of The Old Copper Kettle Business, which is a quaint old English tea room where Graham will often entertain diners with his repertoire of blues and country blues.
As well as this, Graham is the other half of TOOFA a local Acoustic covers duo and he also hosts local open mic events at venues across the eastern region. Graham has been playing Solo gigs since he was reintroduced into a musical career back in 2010 after sitting back from the music for around 30 years.
Graham is a keen guitarist constantly learning new material as well as expanding his musical abilities. Although fairly new to songwriting, Graham has already penned several songs which will soon be featured on an EP. The main song from the EP will be a beautiful piece called Mirror which is a reflection of growing into later middle age.
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