Get To Know Rocker Graham Alexander (@Grahamsmusic) with “She’s A Chameleon”

GRAHAM ALEXANDER, “She’s A Chameleon”

Add Graham Alexander to the great list of rockers hailing from New Jersey on the eve of his new album, with the featured song “She’s A Chameleon”.  Graham offers up no holds barred entertainment that incorporates a familiar blend of rock, blues, and R&B, while serving it in original, high energy portions.  I must admit Graham doesn’t look like his voice, and the singer he reminds me of most in this song is Chris Robinson from The Black Crowes, another guy by appearance you wouldn’t think would belt out an Otis Redding classic like “Hard To Handle”.  But throw in a terrific arrangement with a five piece band including horns, and you have music that will bring in passersby on the street outside of a local club with no problem.  Graham Alexander’s sound is big and solid and ready to compete with the best of them.  “She’s A Chameleon” is a fine introduction and I’m sure I’ll have more to say about his upcoming album very soon.  

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  1. […] to the tight musicianship (including strings!) that supports Graham’s passionate singing. I’ve already written about the bluesy rock rave up that is “She’s A Chameleon”, a great introduction to […]

  2. […] year was the Repeat Deceiver album by NYC’s Graham Alexander.  A key track on that album “She’s A Chameleon”, found its way to #5 on the BILLCS Top 30 and was on repeat on my own playlists for the better part […]

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