Cyclone Records is proud to announce that Brad Trew has assumed management duties of Russ Graham (aka Russ Dwarf) for a number of different projects. Russ is best known for quirky stage antics as lead singer of the Killer Dwarfs.
Russ’ latest projects include:
• Showcasing the best of the Killer Dwarfs, RUSS DWARF AND THE MONGOLS features Russ Dwarf (Lead Vocals), Chris Targiroff (Guitars, Vocals), Youri Targiroff (Guitars, Vocals), Big Papa Mike (Bass Guitar, Vocals), Mark Di Claudio (Drums, Vocals). The band launched their inaugral show at the Carl Dixon benefit show at The Pheonix Concert Hall-Toronto on October 30th, 2008.
• Russ Graham is also now fronting the Canadian classic rock band, MOXY. Dubbed in the press as Canada’s Led Zeppelin, MOXY is recognized internationally for delivering a blistering, explosive live experience for over thirty years. Russ will be hitting the stage with MOXY for the first time, headlining the Javelina Harley Davidson/KZEP Festival on November 22nd, 2008 in Boerne, Texas.
• Russ is also fronting a new “supergroup” comprised of members of Moxy (Earl Johnson), Lee Aaron (Morgan Evans), Santers (Rick Lazaroff). The band is heading into the studio to record new, original material and will be performing live in 2009.
About Russ Dwarf:
As co-founder of Killer Dwarfs in 1981, Russ Graham quickly gained international success, first in Canada with the Killer Dwarfs’ self-titled debut album in 1983. The break-through in the United States came when San Antonio based radio personality Joe Anthony started spinning their album on a regular basis, much to the delight of hard rocking Texans. This planted the seeds for what would result in Killer Dwarfs receiving a lot of attention south of Canada’s border.
A worldwide recording contract with Epic Records eventually landed them an opening spot for Iron Maiden’s sold out tour of Great Britain and sharing stages with such acts as Dio and Michael Schenker across North America. The band soon received a nomination for Canada’s prestigious Juno Award as “Heavy Metal Album of The Year”.
Killer Dwarfs came to an end in 1995 save for a reunion tour in 2001. Putting a period on the world of the Killer Dwarfs, they decided to pursue their own independent efforts.
To keep up to date on Russ, visit www.myspace.com/russdwarf.