The passion for music was always there. Graham Fee grew up in an environment in which a wide variety of musical styles were appreciated and music was being made by people in his home, both family and friends, not just coming out of an electronic device like a radio.
Whether it was his dad and some friends playing guitars, or records and tapes being played at a party, what fascinated Graham was watching how people reacted to the music. The dynamics of how music could create an atmosphere and move people became a focus as strong as his love of the music itself. Soon Graham developed a feel for moving crowds and his love for music continued to grow.
In 1998, Graham moved to Southern California and started venturing out into Southern Californias “party” scene, he was able to meet the DJs who he admired. Hitting the clubs, purchasing records at all the local shops and learning from the numerous influences in the area, he was introduced to all the different genres of electronic music. Finding elements in each style that he liked, Graham found these influences helped him to better understand the “trance” and progressive house sounds he favored.
Graham began to play at local house parties and small events in the Orange County area. Local partygoers soon recognized his talent and he began to be invited to play more frequently. While playing the party circuit, Graham was introduced to world-renowned producer Pablo Gargano from Eve Records out of London, England. His friendship with Pablo quickly grew and Graham began to delve into producing music. As word of Graham’s artistry spread, he began performing at events away from his hometown of Huntington Beach.
In late 2000, Graham began his residency Remedy Entertainment that he still holds today. Remedy began producing weekly events in Costa Mesa, California and focused on inviting the worlds best artists to come and perform. In this position, Graham was called upon to share center stage with artists the likes of Christopher Lawrence, Max Graham, Dave Ralph, Donald Glaude, Bad Boy Bill, Angel Alanis, DJ Dan, Jerry Bonham, Charles Feelgood and even international superstars like Scott Bond of Gatecrasher.
During this time Graham began to seriously concentrate on producing music. Early in the year he was invited to travel to London and work closely with Eve Records and Pablo Gargano. After two solid weeks locked up in the studio, “System Overload” was completed with the original and Remedy remix being picked up by Telica Communications. Telica released the record in August 2001 and has received great support by artists such as Jody of Way Out West, Dave Ralph, and Christopher Lawrence. Dave Ralph charted it at number 7 in his “Top 10” and was placed #1 on Christopher Lawrences “Top 10” as featured in Mixer Magazine. “System Overload” was also be featured on a “Mixmag” cover CD. Graham closed out 2001 with a performance at Las Vegas’ super club “Utopia” alongside west-coast superstar Taylor for a New Year’s Eve event.
Grahams newest productions have been picked up by Eve Records Group/ Discover and will be released early in 2003 as well as already being licensed for four different mixed compilations that have been released world-wide. The first is a John “00” Fleming CD compilation entitled “White Label, Euphoria”. Second was a CD compilation entitled “Hands to Heaven”. The last two were released in 2003, “Swedish Egil presents Telica” out on Thump Records and Christopher Lawrences “Exposure IV” out on Hook and System Recordings. Additionally, Grahams production work was the background music for Seb Fontaines nationally aired TV commercial for his last mix compilation on Thrive Records.
During the past years Graham has headlined at clubs all across the U.S. and South America. Even being called to perform along side the one of the world most renowned DJ’s: Paul Van Dyk.
Graham’s artistry continues to receive recognition around the world.