Graham Dean CV
Graham Dean is a professional Drummer who is comfortable playing Pop, Funk, Latin and Jazz. Graham Dean has worked with many household names in show business and also many famous American and English Jazz Musicians.
Joe Loss Orchestra
Graham has worked with The Joe Loss Orchestra. Including eight Royal engagements at Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle in the presence of her Majesty the Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh and other members of the Royal family.
Support Band for Lionel Ritchie
Snake Davis Band ( R & B )
Gary Boyle Band ( Jazz, Latin, R & B )
Loose Change ( Smooth Jazz, Latin, R & B )
Free Parking ( Jazz, Rock, Funk )
Emanon (Nikki Iles)
Big Bands Include:
Joe Loss Orchestra
Squadronairs ( Harry Bence)
The Albion Big Band
The Shades Of Kenton Big Band
Blackpool Jazz Club Big Band
And various rehearsal bands.
Famous Jazz Musicians include:
Stan Barker Trio
Pantos and Shows:
Michael Barrymore ( Cinderella Manchester Palace Theatre )
Charlie Drake ( Cinderella Peterborough )
Cannon and Ball ( Babe’s in The Wood )
Ken Goodwin ( Cinderella North Wales )
Little Shop of Horrors ( Theatre Clwyd )
Ain’t Misbehaving ( Sheffield Crucible Theatre )
Plus many amateur shows.
Many radio broadcasts plus appearances for Granada TV
Step Out ( Gary Boyle Band )
Broadway Showtime ( Laurie Holloway )
Romancing and Dancing ( The Joe Loss Orchestra )
The Spice of Life ( The Joe Loss Orchestra )
The Graham Dean Quartet ( BBC Jazz Club ) – presented by Digby Fairweather
Emanon (Nikki Iles, BBC Jazz Club )
Joe Loss live from Blackpool Tower ( BBC Radio )
Plus many more.
Cruise Ships Include:
The New Oriana
Tuson College Preston and Runshaw College Leyland.
Lancashire Schools Symphony Orchestra
The Blackburn Symphonia
Manchester Youth Stage Band
Burnley Schools Brass Band
Waterfoot Prize Brass Band
Sounds 18 Big Band Jazz
The Bob Watmough Orchestra (Dance Band)
Fodens Motor Works Brass Band
Wavendon All Music Course (John Dankworth and Cleo Lane).
Wavendon Jazz Music Course (John Dankworth and Cleo Lane).
St Christophers High School Accrington.
Jack Parnell “your time and feel is excellent”
Mike Alexander ( Musical Director Shirley Bassey ) “Graham Dean is a good Drummer with good reading ability, good time and feel and responds well to good leadership “.
John Robinson (Michael Jackson and Quincy Jones ) “ Great playing, very melodic"
Ian Thomas “sounds great you’re playing well”
Eric Delaney "it's the feel I Like''