Sally Graham (no relation to Eve) was one of the original members of the New Seekers. She joined the group in 1969 at the age of 22, fresh from the Young Generation Dancers, staying with the New Seekers just long enough to appear on their début album. Sally sang the lead vocal on one album track (the Bob Dylan song Too Much Of Nothing) and shared the lead vocal with Eve Graham on another (Joni Mitchell's Night In The City)
After quitting the New Seekers, Sally Graham, Chris Barrington and Laurie Heath formed a trio called Milkwood. They released three singles for Warner Brothers. Sally sang the lead vocal on the first two - Watching You Go and I'm A Song (Sing Me). The sleeve notes on Milkwood's first single said this about Sally:
"Sally Graham started her singing career more or less by accident. In 1969, Keith Potger started auditioning for the New Seekers - he needed people who could dance and act as well as sing. A friend of Sally's was working on the rock musical Hair, as was one of the New Seekers. Sally's name cropped up in conversation, Keith heard about her and asked her to audition and she got the job. It was with the New Seekers that Sally met up with her two co-members of Milkwood, Chris Barrington and Laurie Heath."
In 1975 Sally released a solo single under the name Sally Gee - a cover version of Peter Skellern's Too Much, I'm In Love. Skellern's version of the song had been released as the B-side of his 1975 hit Hold On To Love (Decca 13568) and was subsequently released as an A-side in 1980 (Mercury MER 54).
pictured on the cover of the New Seekers' début album.