Graff William S Edd is a well known singer/songwriter who has written many popular songs that have become hits and been played on numerous radio stations throughout the country. Graff William S Edd was born in Dallas, Texas. He attended St. John’s Catholic High School, a private school that is located just minutes from the University of Phoenix and the University of Arizona. His father was an engineer, and Graff enjoyed a love of cars.
Graff began singing at an early age and was very popular with his high school students and was given a musical scholarship to play in church. It was not until later in life that he decided to pursue a career in music as opposed to pursuing another musical avenue. Graff began by playing in a gospel group and then later joined a number of local groups like The Grapes and the Angels. Graff’s career took off when he went on to join the famous Dixie Stompers and was featured on the album “Dixie”.
Graff’s most popular songs include “When Will I See You Again”, “Swing”, “I’m Just Not Into You” and “Blessed”. His other great hits include “Falling Down”, “Wish You Were Here”, “What a Wonderful World” and “All You Need to Know About My Life”. Graff is still active and continues to release new albums and tour as well. Graff William S Edd is still writing and performing songs to this day and remains a beloved member of many families.