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Graham Barham Kicks Off 2024 With New Track 'Lights On Nobody’s Home' And Announces Signing With Sony Music Nashville

By Megan Routledge.

Louisiana bred singer-songwriter Graham Barham bursts into 2024 with exciting news and fresh new music to share. Today, Barham announced his signing with Sony Music Nashville and Disruptor Records. To celebrate, the singer debuted a brand-new track today, “Lights On Nobody’s Home.”


“I’m so grateful for the opportunity to work with the incredible teams at Sony Music Nashville and Disruptor,” Barham said. “It really is a blessing to partner with companies who have such a long history of developing artists and innovating musically. I couldn’t be more excited or grateful to have them in my corner.”


Written by Barham, Beau Bailey, Will Bundy and Brad Clawson, “Lights On Nobody’s Home” is a playful take on drinking away heartbreak. The track is the first of much more new music to come from the artist this year.

Raised on a farm in Oak Ridge, Louisiana (population: 124), Barham draws upon the lush imagery of his small southern hometown in his songs. The son of a farmer and a schoolteacher, Barham began singing in church as a little kid and taught himself to play guitar and write music by the age of 10. At age 18, he made his way to Nashville and began penning tunes for artists in town, dialing in a distinctive balance of compassion, honesty, and humor in his songwriting, while mining inspiration from classic country artists like George Strait as well as heavy hitters in the pop world. 


Barham shared his debut single “Preachers Need People” in 2022, which promptly brought viral success. Since, he’s released several tracks like the irresistibly fun “Break It In A Bar,” the twangy rebound tune “Two Broke Hearts,” and the slow-burning and regretful “Beer By My Bed,” all of which highlight his homespun storytelling with lived-in detail.


Barham will appear on select dates of Adam Doleac’s Wrong Side Of A Sunrise 2024 Tour this spring.



Feb. 23 – West Chester, OH – Lori’s Road House

Feb. 24 – Rootstown, OH – Dusty Armadillo 

March 1 – Baton Rouge, LA – Texas Club

March 2 – Atlanta, GA – Variety Playhouse

April 18 – Pensacola, FL – Wild Greg’s Saloon

April 19 – Gainesville, FL – High Dive

April 20 – Lakeland, FL – Wild Greg’s Saloon Lakeland




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