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Raoul Graf

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About

Musician

80’s rockstar… this guy can play & sing!

Those days opened the door for several bands & many projects to be created and made successful.

These days, Raoul jams out the old school rock around Sydney’s clubs and pubs scene and still gets the occasional request for an autograph from the lime light early days.

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Agent

You would be hard pressed to find a working musician who hasn’t had some positive connection with Raoul and his Acoustic Caravan or Metro Entertainment agencies or even Um and Uh Record Label from yesteryear.

A dedicated booking agent and server to the live music scene, this veteran with tonnes of experience on so many levels of the inner workings of the music world shares his expertise with numerous artists and bands alike looking for a gig.

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Video

Everything I’ve Got
Again & Again
Burn
Blood Red Roses

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Bio

Raoul Graf is a talented Australian singer-songwriter and frontman with a growing reputation.

The owner also of a Sydney-based record label and booking agency Um and Ah, Graf first came to public attention in the late eighties as the vocalist in Bell Jar, a group which he founded with friends while still at school.

When Bell Jar split up in 1990 shortly after releasing their debut album ‘Glass’, Graf formed his current band, renowned live act The Infidels, with whom he sings and plays acoustic guitar.

The Infidels have released three albums to date, two studio recordings ‘3am in the Morning’ (1994) and ‘Road to Hanna’ (1996) and also a concert record ‘Here Comes Johnny’ (1999). 

Now Graf has got together with Brisbane cult hero Ed Kuepper, and in what is both a unique collaboration and his first outing as a solo artist, has put out the most popular and acclaimed album of his career so far, ‘Splinters’.

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Solo

Raoul Graf

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Hits For the Misses

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Marsfield

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Splinters

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Houdini

Everything I've Got

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Band

The Infidels

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Here Comes Johnny

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Hanna

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3am In The Morning

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Urban Folk Collective

Bell Jar

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Album
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Glass

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Burn

Singles
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Live Like Rain

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Bitter Tears

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Run & Run

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Blood Red Roses

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Cut

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Beauty Was The Beast

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History

Raoul performed in bands including Bell Jar and The Infidels.
Has recorded successful records with Ed Kuepper and Marty Wilson-piper from The Church. He also set up and ran a Record Label (um&ah records) with Sab Chase and MGM.

Raoul started playing guitar from an early age and has gone on to become one of the more successful performers around Australia. Having supported well known artists like Colin Hay, Shane Howard and Ed Kuepper, Raoul has established a niche for himself on the live music scene from Melbourne to Byron Bay. 

With a large catalogue of songs, Raoul is an entertainer who can charm an audience and leave them with a smile on their face. 

Whether performing classic folk, country, pop or performing contemporary songs like Crazy, King Of Wishful Thinking or a song by Ben Harper, Raoul delivers in an accomplished tone and a certain style. 

Raoul’s learnt a trick or two over the years and knows how to deliver quality songs in a fresh way.

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Interview

Interview first published on Penny Black Music website in 13th Jan 2002, by John Clarkson.

http://www.pennyblackmusic.co.uk/magsitepages/Article/2597/Raoul-Graf

Raoul Graf is a talented Australian singer-songwriter and frontman with a growing reputation. The owner also of a Sydney-based record label and booking agency Um and Ah, Graf first came to public attention in the late eighties as the vocalist in Bell Jar, a group which he founded with friends while still at school. When Bell Jar split up in 1990 shortly after releasing their debut album ‘Glass’, Graf formed his current band, renowned live act The Infidels, with whom he sings and plays acoustic guitar. The Infidels have released three albums to date, two studio recordings ‘3am in the Morning’ (1994) and ‘Road to Hanna’ (1996) and also a concert record ‘Here Comes Johnny’ (1999). Now Graf has got together with Brisbane cult hero Ed Kuepper, and in what is both a unique collaboration and his first outing as a solo artist, has put out the most popular and acclaimed album of his career so far, ‘Splinters’.

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