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Graham Tilsley Graham Tilsley Group is a fresh new spin on old music, with influences of singer/songwriter folk, melodic jazz, soulful blues, and energetic, danceable rock! This originally self-taught, Saskatchewan musician has been playing guitar seriously since the ripe age of thirteen, when he composed his first EP which was single-handedly recorded and produced in his basement using household objects, a minimalists funding, and his acoustic guitar. 

After his first full-length solo album, and some high school punk-rock/metal band EP’s, also independently recorded and released via his basement in 2005, he showed an earnest interest in learning jazz, primarily on the electric and upright bass, leading him from Saskatoon to Edmonton for the Grant MacEwan Music Program.

During his three years of the Recording and Performance programs, Graham began to network with the Grant MacEwan music community. Here, he met some amazing musicians, and profound friends, including his band mates, Keith Rempel on electric and upright bass, and Jared Farney on drums.

With inspirations ranging from John Mayer, to Foo Fighters, to Muse, to Weakerthans, GTG is the kind of music that has enough pop melodies that will make you sing along after the first chorus, but will also amaze you with the intricate lines, riffs, and harmonies throughout the band. The three of them have taken Graham’s already catchy tunes and transformed them into songs that you will surely remember!

GTG is in the pre-production/song-revising stage of their first, self-titled Full Length album, which they hope will be released in the fall of 2009. In the meantime, (not if, but) when you want to hear more from these guys, you’ll just have to keep an eye/ear out for where they play next!

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