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Scoring a platinum single with "Wildfire," Michael Martin Murphey's string of iconic hits also includes "Carolina In The Pines," "Geronimo's Cadillac," "What's Forever For?," "A Long Line Of Love," "I'm Gonna Miss You Girl," "Talking To The Wrong Man" and "Still Takin' Chances" topping the pop, country and bluegrass charts while also earning a gold album. His songs have also been recorded by the likes of John Denver, Kenny Rogers, Cher, Lyle Lovett, Flatt & Scruggs, Roger Miller and The Monkees. Murphey's latest release 'Red River Drifter' draws from a deep well of eclectic influences. "His latest project showcases his amazingly diverse skill set as a writer and vocalist...one of the best songwriters in America." - BILLBOARD "Michael Martin Murphey is one of the main influences of my career. He is among America's best songwriters." - LYLE LOVETTTickets Save
Label: Rural Rhythm
Bio: Michael Martin Murphey’s musical journey has taken many unpredictable paths over the past four decades. Topping the pop and country charts as well as becoming the world’s number one, best-selling singer / songwriter of American Cowboy Music, Murphey has never been one to rest on his laurels. Hi...See Full Bio
I'm at the Cactus Theater in Lubbock Texas tonight at 7:30pm...see'ya there. Michael
"Murphey's song choices are inspired. A loping reprise of "Cosmic Cowboy" and a hot rendering of Marty Robbins' "Running Gun" flawlessly match his idea of putting the high lonesome on the lonesome prairie. It remains a winning ride."