London based Saxophonist/Music Producer, Graeme Blevins loves good music of all styles, forging a career that involves performance and recording at the highest levels of Jazz, pop, and classical music.
Whether it's performing with Kylie Minogue in front of thousands of people, or under his own name a small Jazz club, Graeme has quickly established himself as one of the most electrifying performers in Europe.
Born in Western Australia, Graeme studied at the West Australian Conservatorium of music, keeping busy with both jazz and classical disciplines, graduating with the Wylie Scholarship for "Most Outstanding Graduate".
After a brief sabbatical in New York, studying with Chris Potter and Seamus Blake, Graeme relocated to London to enjoy a larger music scene.
The last few years have seen Graeme complete a 2 year World Tour with Kylie Minogue including the recording of a live album ("Live in New York") and a DVD at the O2 Arena in London. He recorded and toured Phil Collins' most recent album "Going Back" which also featured a DVD recording in New York at the "Roseland" Ballroom.
All the while juggling the heavy touring schedule with the "Kyle Eastwood Band"(Clint's bass playing son), with whom he has recorded and performed with since 2006. Graeme featured in 2, "Double Tenor" gigs, featured alongside New York Heavyweights, Mark Turner and Joel Frahm.
Graeme was a member of the "Delta Saxophone Quartet" from 2006-2008, with whom he recorded "Dedicated to you" in tribute to the "Soft Machine".
Other Artists Graeme has Performed or Recorded with include "Simply Red", "Metro Area",, "Craig David", "Martha Reeves", "Charlie Hunter", "Guy Barker" "Manu Katche", "Dominic Miller" "Joey Negro", "Kelly Rowland", The "Royal Philharmonic Orchestra", "Till Bronner", "James Taylor Quartet", "Matt Bianco", Colin Towns, Bobby Watson, and many more.
Graeme has re-joined the quartet in 2014 for the new Gwilym Simcock/Crimson! project.