Peter Graham is a Canadian singer-songwriter from Millbrook. After a decade of songwriting, including training at Bishop’s and the Royal Conservatory, Peter has released his debut EP entitled Nowhere in Tacoma. Peter’s music blends traditional country instrumentation and the narrative verse of folk, with an emphasis on concise and honest lyrics. The songs feature a strong vocal delivery, warm acoustic guitar, and the collective efforts of established musicians.
In 2016, Peter’s first single “For the Fall” debuted on CKXU 88.3 FM Lethbridge, and went on to garner airplay in Ontario and BC. The song won RadioAirplay’s Spring Song Contest, beating out 2,000 submissions. RadioAirplay described the song as having “a refreshingly raw and calm vocal performance, soothing melodies, prolific harmonies and accompaniment, and a very honest and personal glimpse into the artist’s life.”
Peter Graham’s debut EP, Nowhere In Tacoma, is a big step towards becoming a full- time musician. The EP was recorded at Baldwin Street Sound in Toronto and produced by Aaron Goldstein (The Sadies, Daniel Romano) with performances by Aaron along with Anthony Carone (Arkells), Darcy Yates (Bahamas, Fred Eaglesmith), and Tom Hamilton (Corb Lund, Jeff Healey).
Peter continues performing, writing, and collaborating with local artists. He has performed locally at the Coffee House hosted by the Mount Pleasant Women’s Institute and now holds a monthly residency at Whelan’s Gate, an Toronto pub located at 1663 Bloor Street West.