is an upcoming Atlanta, Georgia band with extraordinary potential and a cutting edge new sound. They combine traditional song writing with new innovative sounds, incorporating an array of styles into their music with influences ranging from Jimi Hendrix and The Beatles, to The Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Sublime. Grahams Number first got it’s start with guitarist, Nick Sanders, teaming up with best friend, bass guitarist Andy Scherm. The chemistry these young men have together bring back recollections of greats such as the Beatles, Led Zeppelin, and Rush.

Like many of the arena bands of the 70s and early 80s, Graham’s Number brings a raw but captivating live performance aimed directly at the very soul of every member in their audience. Their music is young, fresh, fun and yet provides great depth and melody. In this day and age, if ever there was a band that could establish a new revolution in music, then Grahams Number is it. See them live only once and you will want to see them again and again.

From the very first note you get the sense that you are about to take an exciting new journey, one you’ve never experienced before, and you sense that nothing will ever be the same again.

Born in Atlanta, Georgia on April 26, 1990, Nick began his musical adventure at the age of 11. Impacted by personal, real, raw, magical, and down-right soulful music, his influences range from Jimi Hendrix, John Lennon, Bob Dylan, Bob Marley, Robert Plant, Kurt Kobain, Bruce Hampton, Sublime, Radiohead, Grateful Dead, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Primus, and Alice in Chains. At 15, Nick officially set his heart on playing music that made one think and feel a deep sense of awareness of one’s soul and consciousness. A message of love, peace, and oneness of all mankind. He uses his heart and soul as his teacher to create music that is not bound by age, ethnicity, or culture. As a guitar and spiritual music prodigy at age 18, Graham’s Number was born.

Born in Atlanta, Georgia on September 20, 1989. Andy discovered his interest and love for music at the age of 11, and joined the orchestra playing the stand up bass. Three years later, Andy was introduced to the bass guitar. Some of his influences are Jimi Hendrix, Victor Wooten, Grateful Dead, Radiohead, Primus, Nirvana, Flea, and Vanilla Ice. A spiritual message inspired Andy’s input into this transfusion of soulful, raw, in-your-face music. He gets carried away just by picking up an instrument and playing. To Andy, music is very real and personal.