Reginald Graham’s first love is music, especially as part of the worship experience. In addition to his duties as Worship Director for Antioch Progressive Church making him responsible for all musicians, choirs, dramatic, praise dancers, and audio visual aspects of the worship experience, he all serves as Adjunct Professor of Music at Sacramento City College, the Owner of The Piano Lab and the leader of The Reggie Graham Project!
Reggie Graham's involvement with keyboards was built upon feelings. "It felt good, and I kept going," noted the artist whose music career began here in the Sacramento area but really blossomed in the Bay Area. Reggie was introduced to Bay Area audiences as an organist in jazz legend John Hendrick’s very successful production, "The Evolution of the Blues." The exposure he received from this musical brought him into contact with Jimmy Goings. Goings, lead vocalist for the popular Latin-rock group Santa Esmeralda, chose Reggie as the group’s multi-keyboardist and the international scene became his market as he toured the world the internationally recognized group. The gifted pianist toured Brazil, Mexico, Japan, Canada, Kuwait, Jordan, Syria and extensively in the United States.
The energetic keyboardist has performed with Gospel artists Helen Stevenson, Angella Christie and Arthur Jones. He has also been an opener for headliners, George Benson, Dizzy Gillespie and The Ellington Orchestra.
The Reggie Graham Project
Featured at CSUS Noon Concert Series
The Meadowview Gospel Concert
Macy’s Downtown Plaza