Graham Marsh


Graham Marsh is a producer, mixer, writer, engineer, multi-instrumentalist with two Grammy awards and numerous Grammy nominations. He has quickly blazed a prominent trail in the music business working with many superstars along the way.

Graham got his start in Atlanta working at Jermaine Dupri’s Southside Studios. Under the preeminent light of So So Def Recordings Graham would have the privilege to work with musical dignitaries like Janet Jackson, Mariah Carey, Nelly and Bryan Michael Cox.

It was at Southside where Graham would meet Dallas Austin’s engineer/programmer, Rick Sheppard, who quickly hired Graham to work at Dallas’ renowned DARP Studios. During his time at DARP Graham assisted Dallas and Rick engineering hits for Natalie Cole, George Clinton, Joss Stone, The Sugababes and Lionel Richie.

With the talent and passion that emanated from these records, it was no surprise that Graham became in heavy demand as an engineer. Over the next several years Graham engineered, produced and lent his multi-instrumentalist talents to an impressive list of megastars including Rick Ross, Common, Estelle, Nas, Kelis, The Constellations, Plies, Ciara,
Amerie, Juvenile, Ludacris, Asher Roth, Leona Lewis, Novel, Fantasia, Travie McCoy, Kid Cudi, Chase and Status, The Teddybears and Bruno Mars.

It was at one of these freelancing gigs where Graham would end up in the studio with Cee Lo Green, igniting the most productive and successful relationship of his career. After forming the production team The Grey Area the hits started flowing creating music at the intersection of black and white, rock and soul, the past and the future. They collaborated on Gnarls Barkley The Odd Couple and Cee Lo’s 2010 multi-platinum smash “F**k You” from The Lady Killer. Both of which garnered Graham a Grammy nomination, and one win for Best Urban Alternative Performance for “F**k You.”

Graham has a second Grammy win for Best Rap Album with Ludacris’ “Release Therapy.” In addition Graham has been nominated for the following:

Best Alternative Album – Gnarls Barkley “The Odd Couple” *Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals – Gnarls Barkley “Going On” *Best Rap Album – Common “Mind Control” * Record of the Year – Cee Lo Green “F**k You” * Song of the Year – Cee Lo Green “F**k You” * Best R&B Album – Fantasia “Back To Me” * Best Compilation Soundtrack Album for Motion Picture – “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse” *Album of the Year – Bruno Mars “Doo-Wops and Hooligans” *Best Pop Vocal Album – Cee Lo Green “The Lady Killer” *Best Pop Vocal Album – Bruno Mars “Doo-Wops and Hooligans” *Best Traditional R&B Performance – Cee Lo Green “Fool For You” * Best R&B Song – Cee Lo Green “Fool For You

In the last year Graham and Cee Lo have continued their hit streak producing the critically acclaimed “You’re So Square (Baby I Don’t Care)” for the Buddy Holly tribute album Rave On as well as “Walkin’ Blues” for the Footloose Soundtrack. Though his ultra successful relationship with Cee Lo keeps Graham extremely busy, he found time in 2011 to mix hits for Fueled By Ramen’s synthpop alternative dance phenoms Cobra Starship, industry hyped newcomer Austin Brown and indie sensation WHY?

Graham is sponsored by Telefunken Microphones, Orange Amplifiers, Avastor Hard drives and KV Audio Speakers. Follow the links below to view related stories. Graham Marsh is managed by King Music Group, Inc. For bookings contact: Stephanie Wallin 404-403-7553 or stephanie@kingmusicgroup.com.

Official Discography

TeleFunken –  Lift Distribution  – eMusician – SX Schedule