I BELIEVE GOOD THINGS ARE COMING
"SOMETIMES YOU'VE GOT TO BE YOUR OWN INSPIRATION"
MARCH 17,2019: THIS IS OUR EP RELEASE PARTY! WE ARE HEADLINING LARIMER LOUNGE, ONE OF OUR FAVORITE DENVER VENUES. WE ARE SHARING THE EPIC ST. PATRICKS DAY CELEBRATION WITH OUR SPECIAL FRIENDS DREAM FEED, THE GREAT SALMON FAMINE, AND LARIMER LIGHTS. WE CAN'T WAIT TO SHARE OUR NEXT SET OF RECORDINGS WITH YOU!
APRIL 6, 2019: We are finally making our way back to the Aggie Theater in Fort Collins to start the night off for Robert Walter's 20th Congress & Home-town heroes Eufórquestra. Get your Tickets from the button below!
Baby sister is a song written about a good friend of mine, Eric Rasmussen, who passed away due to an overdose on Heroin. This song is to remember his bright spirit that always lit up the room, to spread awareness on the issue of overdose, and to help those who have been through a similar loss cope with their emotions. We’re all in this together, let’s keep getting better.
Graham Good & The Painters
Hey, my name is Graham! Thanks for scrolling through our website! I’ve been playing music for 12 years now and I’m hardwired to see the good in life. The songs I sing tell stories of growth, inspiration, and the brighter sides of living. I believe that we are here to share our struggles openly with one another so that we may find communion with the ones who relate or have been through & back. I believe this to be so as to make these struggles our biggest windows for growth. If I choose to see my obstacles as miracles, it will aid in strengthening my soul. I can have no problems with this mindset, only opportunities to improve. Music, the universal language, the tongue of the heart, fuels my will to live like no other. My mission is to help the world remember how exciting it is to learn, laugh, live, and love. We are meant to enjoy this existence and remember who we are, music is a remedy to unravel this mystery.
ADAM WISSMAN: Lead Guitar
CAMERON COLLUMS: BASS
ZACH RICH: Trombone&trumpet
DANIEL THOMPSON: Keys
MATT BROWN: DRUMS
JOEY LECLERC: Saxophone