Greenwood Founders Day
Saturday, July 16, 2022
Graham will perform with his Stellar Blues Band at the Greenwood Founders Day Celebrations July 16th and 17th July 2022
Graham's set will be on the Saturday at 5.45 PM
Founders Day is the annual celebration of Canada's smallest city, Greenwood, B.C. Incorporated July 12, 1897, Greenwood has the smallest population of any Canadian city. Greenwood is located in B.C.'s southern interior Boundary Region.
We are planning for an awesome 3 day event to celebrate Greenwood's 125th Birthday celebration.
Live entertainment, parade, vendors, gold panning with the experts, pancake breakfast, beer garden and so much more. Dry camping available.
Canada Day at Red Bird
Friday, July 1, 2022
1080 Richter St.
Kelowna, BC, Canada V1Y2K5
GRAHAM ORD performs with His Blues band at Red Bird Brewing. Bands are playing all day. Graham Performs at 4pm.
1-2:30 Angie V
4-5:15 Graham Ord Band
5:15 - 6:30 Mr.M
6:30 - 7:30 Bella Cat
8:00 - 9:30 Bridgehill
9:30 - 11:00 Mr.M
Winter Blues at the O'Keefe Ranch
Thursday, February 10, 2022
Vernon, BC, Canada V1H 1W9
On February 10th, from 7pm - 9pm, we welcome you to come and share an evening of live music with us! Featuring the soulful and multi-talented Graham Ord, there is no cooler way to spend a winter evening inside than with a drink in hand and smooth tunes on stage! Our licensed bar is sure to delight, complete with a versatile selection and an assortment of blue treats to pocket that winter funk.
Tickets are $45, available here:https://vernonwintercarnival.c... . Please note that our maximum capacity is 50 people at one time. Proof of vaccination is required for entry, and we kindly request that patrons follow regional health guidelines for the safety of our guests and staff.
We are so pleased to announce that our brand new Blues recording TALKIN’ ‘Bout Love is now released and is available for purchase.
The pandemic hit and we both realised that we had to stay creative if we were to keep from going stir crazy, so we decided to write and record a few Blues songs together. One big hurdle was that my Dad and I were not only isolated by a pandemic, but also the Atlantic ocean! We began sending ‘musical sketches’ back and forth by text and email, working on them till we came up with a song. We then used the same process to record them, each adding layers over the internet till we came up with a finished recording. Over the course of a year, we wrote and recorded 14 songs together. It became even more of a family affair when some of my kids contributed their talents to the record and also my brother Gary.
I Found Love – The opening track of the album.
Juno award winner Kenny ‘Blues Boss’ Wayne played some boogie-woogie piano on a tune for us, and the multi-talented Brett ‘Grit’ Ziegler also played piano and organ on others which added so much colour. Indigenous award-winning artist Cheryl Bear brought her soul to one of the songs and our dear friend Shamma Sabir played some tasty fiddle on a few. We were blessed to have Master sound engineer Rick Colhoun mix it for us in Vancouver, and multi-award-winning Jamie Sitar from Winnipeg mastered it.
The whole story would take us a long time to tell, but for now, we will let the music speak for its self. It has been a long road with many challenges but we are so proud to now be able to release our Blues record aptly titled “TALKIN’ ‘BOUT LOVE”. To purchase your copy CLICK HERE.