Graham Brazier

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Graham Brazier
Origin New Zealand
Genres Rock, pop
Occupations Musician, songwriter
Associated acts Hello Sailor, Pink Flamingos, The Legionnaires

Graham Brazier is a New Zealand musician and songwriter. He first came to prominence in the band Hello Sailor. After Hello Sailor he formed a band called the Legionnaires. When he was growing up, he lived above his mother's bookshop in Dominion Road in Auckland and he collects first editions.

Although Brazier has claimed he turned down an offer to join The Doors post-Jim Morrison,[1] it has been stated by Doors biographer, Danny Sugerman, to be "exaggeration".[2]

Two Brazier associated songs are included in the official top 100 New Zealand songs. They are "Blue Lady" alongside his first band, Hello Sailor, as well as "Billy Bold" from his solo career.

It was reported on 7 October 2012 that Brazier has been charged with assaulting his former partner.[3] He pled guilty to two charges of male assaults female and one count of common assault, and was sentenced to 100 hours community work and 18 months of intense supervision. [4]

Solo discography[edit]

  • "Six Piece Chamber", vinyl single, Ripper Records, 1980
  • Inside Out, album, Polygram, 1981
  • Brazier, album, CBS, 1987 (spent one week in the NZ album chart at No. 49 in February 1988)
  • "Long Gone, For Good", radio only CD single, Wildside, 2002
  • East Of Eden, CD album, Wildside, March 2004

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Creative Kiwis with export success". "Revision : 16-12-2008" 
  2. ^ "Barrels and Bandwidth". "Revision : 7-10-2012" 
  3. ^ "Graham Brazier Defends Assault Charges". The New Zealand Herald. 7 October 2012. "Revision : 7-10-2012" 
  4. ^ "Graham Brazier Sentenced on Assault Convictions". "Revision : 3-3-2014" 

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