Graham was surrounded by music from an early age and began playing drums at the age of five. In 1993 he left school to join the band My Little Funhouse, who were signed to Geffen Records and supported the likes of Guns N’ Roses and The Ramones.
In 1996, Graham joined the extremely popular Northern Irish band Therapy?, recording three albums and releasing a ‘best of’ album with them. He’s also toured with Irish singer-songwriter, Gemma Hayes, and has released an album on Warner Bros with his own project, Halite. Graham has vast live and touring experience, playing with bands such as Red Hot Chili Peppers, Foo Fighters and Snow Patrol.
He’s played many large festivals and gigs, including Slane Castle. Graham remains busy drumming both live and on recordings for many Irish and international artists, including The Frames, The Swell Season, David Kitt, Mundy, The Reindeer Section, Josh Ritter, Jape, Q (Colm Quearney) and Ollie Cole.