Scene Magazine back Scene Magazine January 14,1999 John "The Razor" Sharpe Chris Murphy plays a mean Sax and has earned a reputation as a crowd-pleaser.
London'S TOP 10 HIT list just sings back James Reaney The London Free Press - Sunday December 26,20 London hit parade can stand with any years's best from the Forest City.
Vaughns Everything I Do Has Got To Be Funky serial keys windows 7 ultimate 64 bit and then into contempo-jazz riffs on Bluesona Slonite and his closing Orange Brandy.Radio talk host and comedian Petey Green.Produced by the legendary Jack Richardson, I'm A Happy Guy includes contributions from such noted sidemen as guitarists Terry Lee and Jack DeKeyzer, keyboard veteran Michael Fonfara and bassist Gary Kendall.His label has CD's by Chicago Pete, two by the band and one from up coming guitar ace Chris Chown.Inhibitions are scattered, and he plays the room with song intros, and a touch of vocals, but mostly with his wailing sax, which, as usual in blues, is almost totally improvised.This is the type of blues that makes you want to get up and dance.Now, Chris Murphy tours with Canadian blues star Jack de Keyzer.Big City Blues Magazine back chris murphy blowin THE horn speakeasy #3006 By Mark."Thanks for reminding.A number of London nightclubs feature blues bands, including Other Side, Clydes, Suz Blues House, Refried Dreams, Wortley Roadhouse and Boomerz."They put on a great show.
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And there were never as many guys living in London making a living." Murphy reels off a list of local blues players, including Tim Woodcock, Doug Varty, Douglas Watson and the Hot Flames, Margaret Stowe, The Untouchables, Kenn Allison, Ben Shane, Chris Trowell, Larry Smith.
Blues Album of the Year in 20, respectively for 6 String Lover and for, the Corktown Sessions.I really enjoy his version of Bill Heid's "Blowin the Horn." "Juice for Junior" is anothe little ditty with a great groove.The formulas for these songs tend to repeat but whats wrong in sticking with a good thing?Performance A Production A Congratulations to Chris Murphy: back Maple Blues Magazine, May 2008 Saxman Chris Murphy who's honking tenor sax drives the Maple Blues Band as well as the Jack De Keyzer Band and several other units has been honoured in his home town.Backing them are MacKay, percussionist Rob Larose, keyboard players Ron Nauta (also an After Four vocalist) and Bryan Gloyd and bassist Larry Ernewein.And let's not forget the work of fine London artists like Denise Pelley, Don DiCarlo, Janalynne Rogers, Marty Verweel and Murphy's dad, Phil.Blowin The Horn is a contemporary jazz/blues collection of smart high-keyed, uptempoed selections."I describe my music as 'Saxophone Driven Party Music " Murphy says.