After completing a music degree at the University of Denver in the 80's, Graham returned to his native England and began working in the UK as a jazz pianist and session musician. Between 1991 and 2001 Graham was the Musical director of the pop band Incognito, recording 13 albums and touring the world Multiple times.
From 2006 to the present, Graham has been the pianist for singer Stacey Kent, touring extensively and recording several albums for Blue Note, including the Grammy nominated Breakfast on the Morning Tram.
Over the past three decades Graham has worked with many Jazz and Pop artists including: George Benson, M People, Hamish Stuart, Will Lee, Lulu, The Jones Girls, Phillip Bailey, Chaka Khan, The BBC Big Band, Omar, Madeline Bell, Jocelyn Brown, Mica Paris, Kenny Thomas and sir Cliff Richard.
The Graham Harvey Trio has been in existence for 25 years and has appeared at Ronnie Scott's in London and on French national radio.
The Graham Harvey Trio
The Graham Harvey Trio has been in existence for over 25 years, and has appeared at many of the UK's premier jazz venues. In the past few years they have performed at Ronnie Scott's in London, at the London Jazz Festival and broadcast live on French National Radio.
The current line up features David Chamberlain on double bass, and Sebastiaan De Kromm on drums.
The Graham Harvey Quartet
The Quartet was formed in May 2019 and reunited Graham with New York based drummer, Mark Taylor. Mark had been an original trio member in the 90's before moving to New York. Completing the quartet is bassist Jeremy Brown and Saxophonist Dave O'Higgins. After a run of gigs, including appearances at the 606 club and Ronnie's, Mark returned to the USA and now Drummer Josh Morrison completes the line-up. The bands repertoire is firmly based in the hard bop tradition, celebrating composers such as Horace Silver and Benny Golson.