GRAHAM HUNTER    Entertainer 
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"Graham is an established International Cabaret Singer - an Entertainer with a warm personality, wit and charm"
"Sophistication with tongue firmly implanted in his cheek"
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Graham started his professional career at the tender age of 9, appearing in numerous films and commercials for the Children's Film Foundation in England.
He moved into music at the age of 16 and has remained there ever since, with casual moonlighting into the film and television industry.
Graham is a respected music journalist specialising in interviews and features on many international artists from the 1950s to the present day . He is a regular contributor to The Beat magazine.
Other music journals that Graham has contributed to include the Record Mirror, Goldmine, Then and Now and The History of Pop.


Serving his musical 'apprenticeship' in Britain's clubland and the holiday/leisure and theatre circuits, Graham worked with many headlining acts and has extensively toured the UK and overseas.  See Photo Gallery

In recent years, Graham has successfully concentrated on his own cabaret act for cruise ships and hotels around the world. His vocal talent and ability to entertain has led to many successful seasons with the world renowned P&O Lines (since 1990) on their fleet of ships, the Canberra, Sea Princess, Victoria, Oriana and Aurora.

Graham & the galsGraham's first-ever cruise ship engagement was a 7 month stint with the then unknown singer and television presenter Jane McDonald on Fred Olsen's Black Prince.

At sea Graham has also completed cabaret seasons for Silverseas, Celebrity Cruises, NCL, Fred Olsen, Sun Cruises' and the exclusive "Seadream".

Graham is also well travelled on land where he appears at many functions, hotels, golf clubs cabaret lounges and charitable functions including a variety of shows for the Not Forgotten Association (Patron: HRH Princess Anne) and regular shows for Age UK, The Multiple Sclerosis Society, Arthritis Care, the Alzheimer’s Society and many others.

Since the mid 90s he has appeared regularly on the Warners Hotel circuit in the UK, the Thomson Gold cabaret circuit overseas (Spain,Greece,Malta,Tunisia,Cyprus etc) and is a regular and popular showstopper for City Cruises on board the London Showboat in London’s West End , a popular guest entertainer at London's Brick Lane Music Hall and makes many appearances annually for the Variety Collective Organisation in London.

His musical repertoire covers standards, swing, jazz, 50's, 60's pop, rock 'n' roll, show songs and over the years he has sung everything from wartime songs to the Pet Shop Boys.

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As well as continually performing, Graham is also busy booking professional musicians and singers for a variety of events and products to order.

Graham's journalism regularly appears in The Beat - the UK's premier 60s music magazine.
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