Graham Whorley is a musician known for his soulful mastery of music and looping technology.
Graham was born in a small town on the East Coast of America. He soaked up the local gospel, country, jazz, folk, rock, hip hop, music he heard there and mixed it with his classical music training influences to create his own musical voice. His following has grown organically from local, regional, national, and now worldwide, with his U.K. Tour in 2021.
(NPR) National Public Radio recognized his art and featured Graham in an episode of “Your Day”. An international audience is being exposed to the virtuosity of Graham Whorley, via his TEDTalk. Graham has Released 8 CD's over his 25 year perfetional music career, 3 of which can be bought on I tunes or at, www.grahamwhorley.com. Graham has shared the stage over the last several years with Tim Reynolds of Dave Matthews Band, Michael Glabicki of Rusted Root, New Riders of The Purple Sage, Lee Oskar of WAR, Members of The Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Colonel Bruce Hampton, Brock Butler, Delbert McClinton, Keller Williams, and Dumpstaphunk to name a few. Graham will be touring around America throughout 2020 and then will be doing a U.K. tour March 2021
“If you follow the music scene, then it is almost impossible not to have heard of Graham Whorley at some point. The Virginia transplant performs more than 300 shows a year, either with a band or as a solo acoustic artist, and his guitar virtuosity is well-known even outside the confines of the Lowcountry.” ~ The Post & Courier
“A master with a loop pedal, he's able to blend percussive acoustic rhythms with building, exploratory leads, creating a fusion that's difficult to sit still to.” ~ The Charleston City Paper
“Whorley creates an impressive range of string, percussion, and vocal affects. At his most ambitious, his layering guitar and vocal parts sound like a full trio at work.” ~ Metronome’s, T. Ballard Lesemann
“Whorley seems to effortlessly connect with his listeners and leaves a deep and lasting impression, leaving fans waiting for more. Wherever he goes, he has a following.” ~ The Georgetown Times.