Osheaga: Shane Murphy
A solid Montreal opening to the weekend. [Read More...]
NDG bluesman Shane Murphy to perform at Osheaga Music Fest
After the release of his first album « Street Money Miracle » in October 2009 and wowing audiences at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics and more recently at the Festival International de Jazz de Montreal, local Montreal artist Shane Murphy continues to rock Quebec summer festivals with his unique mix of roots/soul rock/blues with a hint of reggae and a twist of funk. He will notably perform at Osheaga 2010 this coming weekend. [Read More...]
Jazz Fest adds off-season concerts
Organizers of the Montreal International Jazz Festival have added a new group of off-season concerts to their schedule, most of them planned for the fall. [Read More...]
Snoop Dogg et Shane Murphy seront à Osheaga
Snoop Dogg et Shane Murphy se sont ajoutés à la programmation du festival Osheaga, au parc Jean-Drapeau, à Montréal. [Read More...]
Montreal's Shane Murphy on eTalk Daily - Montreal Celebrity Headlines Examiner
Montreal blues artist Shane Murphy made an appearance on Canada's entertainment show, eTalk Daily this evening. In the segment Murphy discusses his recent gigs in Vancouver. Murphy played at the Molson Canadian Hockey House on February 16th right in the middle of the Olympic Winter Games. Other Canadian artist to play on the very same stage during the games include, Colin James, Tom Cochrane, The Barenaked Ladies and fellow Montrealer, Sam Roberts. Not bad for a local boy, right? [Read More...]
Shane Murphy - Street Money Miracle
If you tend to favor your sounds smooth and slick, simmering blues with a helping heap of funk, you have to take a listen to Shane Murphy's debut. [Read More...]
Street money miracle de Shane Murphy
« Voix enivrante! Musique saisissante! » [Read More...]
Shane Murphy au Saint-Louis
Les productions Big Fat Truck confirment la présence Shane Murphy au Café bistro Le Saint-Louis de Rimouski le vendredi 20 novembre et le samedi 21 novembre, dès 22 h. [Read More...]
Shane Murphy - Street Money Miracle
The singer impresses on his latest full‐length, mixing up blues, folk and funk with the ease of an Everyman who knows how to keep his crowd on board. [Read More...]
Not a false note in Shane Murphy’s Street Money Miracle
In Street Money Miracle, Murphy, in his distinct gruff and raspy voice, elaborates on familiar themes of gritty urban life - love gone wrong, bad money woes, “enemies and friends” revealing themselves to be “turncoats in the end”. You can practically see the dark, smoke-filled room and taste the lukewarm beer as you listen to his voice. [Read More...]
Street Money Miracle
A regular on Montreal's blues and Irish bar circuit, singer/guitarist Shane Murphy offers up an impressive first full-length album. [Read More...]
Street Money Miracle
Il y a du Bill Withers, du Allen Toussaint chez ce Montréalais d'origine irlandaise. On pense aussi à Citizen Cope ou à un Fink qui aurait pris ses vitamines [Read More...]
Michael "Obama Marley Harper" Franti & Spearhead @ Metropolis
Overall, this crap show made me wish I was in a dingy Irish pub in NDG (Honey Martin's), where local musical genius, Shane Murphy, had repeatedly rocked my socks over the past few years. So if you'd like to see what Mr. Franti wishes he could do, please join me at Brutopia tonight for the Shane Murphy Trio. It's free and it's dope. [Read More...]
Soul band likes to wing it
"Anxious. Nervous. Excited." I had asked Shane Murphy how he felt on
the cusp of his trio's jazz fest debut. "No, I wouldn't say that." Then I
had asked him if the Shane Murphy Trio was the best-kept secret in
live Montreal music. So perhaps it is left for us to repeat what you'll
hear from people as they stagger out of the band's regular gig in
Honey Martin's pub in N.D.G. every Wednesday night. [Read More...]