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Graham Ord Singer songwriter Graham Ord has garnered respect internationally as a fine musician and engaging communicator.

Originally from the UK Graham is now based out of Kelowna B.C. Canada.

07 May 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Grace Experience Grace

Grace Experience Grace

One of my good friends Dorte Meyer came up with an idea quite a few years ago to host an interactive evening of the arts which focused around the subject of grace. On may 5th this dream became a reality as together with Tribehouse Artist collective we hosted an evening called the Grace Experience. The […]

23 February 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Am I forgotten?

Am I forgotten?

From the title you may think I have become insecure again about my lack of notoriety, but no, it’s actually the title of a song I wrote based on the words of an imprisoned Russian dissident called Alexander Ogorodnikov back in 1987.  During the 1980’s and into the early 90’s I was involved in taking […]

12 February 2013 ~ 1 Comment

Levite Summit

Levite Summit

I am pretty stoked to be involved in Kelowna’s first Levite summit coming up soon Feb 15 -16th.  It’s essentially a gathering of musicians, dancers and visual artists who are interested in ways of exploring their Art both in the faith context (church) and also in the wider community.  I have had a heart for […]

03 December 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Christmas Music Compilation

Christmas Music Compilation

I am so proud to be part of a brand new Christmas compilation called ‘TribeHouse Christmas – Vol One)  that will benefit the local Kelowna Foodbank. I got to record with my son Aaron who plays the Celtic Harp.  The recording is available by download only from www.tribehouse.org Here’s a Track for you to enjoy! […]

30 October 2012 ~ 2 Comments

Beautiful Washington state

Beautiful Washington state

I had the thrill of travelling down to the beatuiful Mount Baker In washington Sate in the US this past weekend.  The trip was made extra special because I was able to travel with my oldest son on the weekend of his 20th birthday.  When we lived in Vancouver we would often see Mount Baker […]