Oh you like folk? I got a swirling Debi Graham that sucks you into a dark whirlpool that Ani Difranco would chuck her whole catalog into if she ever heard it.” - Ewan Wadharmi

Hybrid Magazine

There is a music scene in Salt Lake City and Debi Graham is the town's reigning acoustic guitar slinging chanteuse. Graham shreds the acoustic and picks with alacrity and it calls to mind Tenacious D, of course without the beard, pounds, jokes and Satan worship. The anarcho-feminist singer Ani DiFranco is the nearest performer she compares to, yet DiFranco has always been so hard to listen to and so determined to release quantity over quality that it's an unfair comparison. These songs call to mind the Pacific northwest's politically minded folk troubadours and not the Mormonized snowboarding cineastes of all things Utah. My problem is that a woman playing rock on an acoustic sounds similar to others who've done the same, so if I say Graham sounds a little like Alanis reworking her Jagged album, or Indigo Girls, it's through ignorance alone that I cite those artists, as in, it all sounds largely similar to me. Hard to say if this is rock or indie or mainstream or eclectic or folk or jazz or what. The main difference would be Graham's ripping voice which is ripe with personality and slides up into anthem mode or down into accusatory squeal with ease.” - Paul Leeds

Culture Bunker

Graham has the chops and the confidence to woo the crowd with a sure-of-herself swagger that is as alluring as it is intimidating. This is a raven-haired woman who was born to be on stage, with rock star looks and the skills to back them up!� [Muse Music] struggled to keep the paint on the walls last Friday when she took the stage. Debi Graham is proof that the big bang is a reality, and the explosion is imminent.” - Vegor Pedersen

— The College Times

With a reputation for riveting live performance, a critically acclaimed release, sponsorships and a clean sweep at the 2004 Salt Lake Slammy Awards, this ensemble is headed for nothing short of stardom.” - Martha Carter

— Globe Link-Entertainment

How many times over the years have we told you that Debi Graham Band is a hot live act to catch? And have we ever been wrong?” - Music Picks

— Salt Lake City Weekly

Debi Graham "Best Solo Performance 2002" Debi Graham Band "BAND OF THE YEAR 2004" Debi Graham "Best Female Vocalist 2004” - SLAMMY'S

— Salt Lake City Weekly

Best Local Band" Debi Graham Band www.sanusine.com Singer/songwriter Debi Graham has certainly been making a name for herself in her home city. An unsigned indie group, the Debi Graham Band has opened for acts such as Berlin and Linda Perry (of 4 Non Blondes). The group frequently plays all over Utah, so if you haven’t had the distinct pleasure of a Graham Band show, make it a point to check them out.” - Jere Keys

SL Metro

Don't miss miss Graham's power percussive performance.”

— Park Record

The Debi Graham Band alone makes the show, joined by fellow female Utah singer-songwriters it's four times better. Each woman has made a mark both locally and nationally. They have been featured on movie soundtracks, various television and radio programs, toured the country, and opened for and played with national and international acts. This is a show not to be missed.” - Music Picks

— Salt Lake City Weekly

With experience in other regions of the country, Debi Graham has created a buzz in Utah with her powerful trio.”

— Portland Mercury

The Debi Graham Band performs at the Salt Palace, one of the venues for First Night activities, expected to attract as many as 50,000 people.” - Geoffrey Fattah and Nancy Perkins

— Deseret Morning News