Graham Bramblett Releases “Standard Harmony” At The Icehouse On 3/25


Graham Bramblett is a songwriter based out of Saint Paul, Minnesota. His style is reflective of his Texas roots and a decade of living and writing in Nashville, Tennessee. Graham left Tennessee in 2010 and moved to the Twin Cities.  His new album “Standard Harmony” will be released at the Icehouse on 3/25 with Lakewood Cemetery and Peter Lochner . Tickets are available HERE

“I ended up in St. Paul.  Music had become a chore and I was out of tune with Nashville.  I came up here and started all over again. In some respects, I had forgotten why I started writing songs in the first place.” His debut, “Under The Lights”- released in August of 2016, was well received and garnered radio play in and around the Twin Cities. Graham keeps a steady flow of gigs in the region and collaborates with a number of other artists. “I really enjoy recording and playing live shows, but at the end of the day, it all goes back to the song. That’s what really drives me- the process that begins with nothing and turns into something.”

Graham Bramblett’s music is steeped in the traditions of his native Texas and a decade of living in Tennessee. “I’ve heard people call my songs a lot of things- my favorite description is good.” Bramblett took up a residency in St Paul, MN in 2010 after “throwing myself out of Nashville” and trying something new. His previous release, Under The Lights (2016), garnered airplay from 89.3 – The Current / 95.5 – KBEK (Braham) / 106.1- BOB FM in the Twin Cities. He is an active performer in and around the Upper Midwest.

Photo Credit: St. Paul Photo Co/ Ashley Rick