This event is part of a new series of monthly Songwriter Showcase events throughout 2019. Join the excitement!
Come at 6pm for social time with tea, coffee, nibbles. Music at 7pm. Mingle with Graham after the show.
ABOUT GRAHAM WARWICK: Graham was a New Folk songwriting finalist at the Kerrville Folk Festival in 1976. He and his partner (Emmett Smith) were voted "Best Blues Band" by the 2004 Hill Country Happenings. They also won the Simply Texas Blues Festival Blues Challenge in San Angelo in 2013 and placed in the quarter-finals in Memphis at the 2014 International Blues Challenge. Graham performed at the Kerrville Folk Festival 3 times on the Threadgill Stage, including last year at the Annual Blues Project and He's been a regular host at the Ballad Tree there for the last 8 years. While in Lubbock, he hosted a very popular Monday night open mic for over 10 years. Since moving to the Hill Country, Graham was the Music Director at Comfort Little Theater for 10 years and hosted Blues Jams for the last 12 years at various Hill Country venues. Currently Graham hosts a jam at Baron's Creekside's The Club every first Thursday of each month. He has one album "After All These Years" that includes crowd favorites "Cool Blues Hat", "Dust Devil Blues", "Without You" and "I Can't Imagine". He's n the studio recording his next album. Other favorites are "When God Made Honey (He Was Thinking of You)" and "Good Old Friends". Other artists such as Allen Damron have performed and/or recorded "Good Old Friends" and "Dust Devil Blues". He's also well-known for my vast repertoire of old folk, blues and American Song Book style songs.