Russell Graham is the front man for the legendary Canadian metal band, KiLLeR DWarFS.
With 11 albums and 2 Juno Award nominations to their credit, he appears to have done it all.
Russell’s vocals and compositions drove “Stand Tall”, their breakthrough 1986 album, to be considered amongst Canada’s most successful hard rock exports. The groundswell of fan support and hit singles led to the band to be signed to Epic Records in the US for the entire 1990s decade.
For 30 plus years, Russell and his bandmates have toured constantly, bringing music and mayhem to venues around the world. From Wembley Arena, Hammersmith Odeon, CNE Grandstand, Ricoh Coliseum and hundreds of festival stages big and small.
When not on the road, Russell is most often found in his studio, writing new anthems that he has forever been known for.
After years of radio hits and album sales and sold out shows, two songs by the Dwarfs recently made their debut on screen. “Psycho Circus” will be featured in the forthcoming short film “Homebody” and “Lonely Road” is a standout feature in the Canadian film, “Vicious Fun”.
One of the DWarFS biggest songs is “Keep The Spirit Alive” and Russ Graham has every intention of continuing to do so.