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January 8, 2020 109 min

Mike Murray makes the most of his lyrics. He's spent the past two decades honing his crafts as a songwriter, instrumentalist and vocalist.  He's found a way to use less effort in his vocals, and he's come to a place of allowing his life encounters to do the talking, rather than forcing lyrics. His insight and honesty hit hard, bringing us all along for the ride, reluctantly at first. But then we can finally relax and realize:  he's one of us. 
We had the pleasure of capturing a live recording for the episode as well.  We get to introduce the world premier of two new pieces, due to be released later this winter.
We hope you enjoy the conversation and music!
Find his music on iTunes and Spotify. See his website at:  www.mikemurraytunes.com

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