With understanding and maturity for music beyond his own years, Thomas Graff has intricately woven his Pop/Rock influenced sound through his native Chicagoland nightlife scene since he was 13 years old. Discovered at a talent show, Graff was invited to perform with an established 50's and 60's cover band called The Affects. The band hired Graff as lead saxophone player and singer at his young age of 13 to perform with them around Illinois at venues like The Volo Automuseum, Dog 'N' Suds, VFW halls, Church festivals and more. Graff racked up an impressive repertoire of 250 + songs and over 325 performances with the band. While in college, he built his own performance group and became a featured artist at Northern Illinois University, The Watertower Place in Chicago, The Rouge Wine Cellar, and began recording and then released his first holiday album titled "Caroling Cousins." The album features his 2 sisters and 5 cousins who sold the albums to raise money for Misericordia (a residency for people who have mental health issues). In 2010, Graff moved to San Diego, CA to pursue a solo career as an artist. After performing at highly celebrated venues such as The House of Blues in Hollywood and the Hotel Del Coronado, he recorded his first solo album at Paramount Studios titled "Included Intuition" and released it on iTunes and Amazon.com. Graff moved to New York City in 2012 and currently lives in Brooklyn. He released an EP in 2013 titled, "Life of an Artist," which debuted on the mainstage at San Diego Pride hosted by LaToya Jackson and on UT-TV's Night and Day, UT-TV's Morning Show live and the CW's San Diego Living. Graff is set to release a new single titles "Make It Easy" which will be available on Spotify, iTunes, Google Play, Pandora and more in August 2018. To learn more about show information and other happenings for Thomas, visit Thomas-Graff (the fan page) on Facebook or @thomas.graff on Instagram."