About Graeme Hush
Graeme grew up in the City of Wollongong NSW, Australia. For more than four decades he has performed in both small and large venues all over Australia, in New Zealand, the United States and Mexico. He is a songwriter, singer, drummer, acoustic guitarist, band founder and leader, album producer and solo artist.
His live performance history spans over 40 years and 4 Continents and includes:
- 6 Blackstump Music and Arts Festivals
- Numerous Youth and Young Adults events
- 14 Keith Green Tribute Shows
- Many performances in Cafes, Hotels, Functions and Weddings
He has supported and worked with recording artists including Larry Norman, Phil Keaggy, Randy Stonehill, Noel Paul Stookey, Barry McGuire, Steve Grace, Gordon Barr, Wes Beavis, David Moyes, Jeff Crabtree, Wayne Gardner, Mark Matthews, Peter Shurley, Leon Patillo, Rez Band, Doug Macfarlane, Warwick Marsh, Steve Powell, Dene Burton, Amber Nichols (LIV LI).
Graeme is currently senior minister at Corrimal Community Church in the north of Wollongong area, Chair of Heartland Ministries Inc, on the Directors Board of its affiliating oversight body Crosslink Christian Network International and Chair of the Northern Illawarra Scripture Board.
Follow Graeme on Spotify
Stream “Better Now” on Apple Music
‘When the Quiet Man Burns’
(A biographical reflection by Australian Author, Mikel Ocean Azure)