Graham Brown And The Prairie Dogs
from Vancouver BC
By 1984 I was a founding member of Edmonton-based Jr. Gone Wild, playing with them for a year.
I moved to Vancouver in 1985 and put together the band Brilliant Orange. Our first release, an EP on Zulu Records, became a national hit on college and university radio stations.
In 1987, Brilliant Orange released a full length CD on BMG Records. (only released by BMG's U.S.A. label)
By 1992 my new band was Greenhouse, and we released a six song cassette.
In 1993 our band was renamed Happyman. We released the first of three full length CDs on Stomp Records. Our first release, "Born to Entertain", was met with good reviews and an emerging fan base.
In 1996 Happyman's second CD, "Sunburst" was also released to strong reviews. It has gone on to sell well in Europe through our American distributor.
Here I am�
In 1998 I released my first solo CD: Graham Brown - "Brand New Smile". My solo work has given me a new found freedom and I was pleased "Brand New Smile" was met with such positive reviews.
In 1999 I got back together with Happyman and we released our third CD, "Just Like You". It was our toughest sounding recording to date and was also met with good reviews.
It's now 2001 and I have just released my second solo CD: Graham Brown - "Good 'n Broke" (July 2001 - Stomp Records). So far the reviews have been excellent. I'm looking forward to hitting the road to promote it with my new band, The Prairie Dogs. So please keep your ears and eyes open for when we reach your town!
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