Mike Murray Trio Live at The Toad Tavern

March 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

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It’s Hard To Embrace Tragedy, but Sometimes It Embraces You: Thoughts on the Denver I25 Pile Up

March 14, 2014 | 6 Comments

I often grapple with the idea that there are tragedies, major tragedies, occurring to people all around the world everyday. Starvation, natural disasters, genocides, vehicle accidents, and the like are just the tip of the iceberg when one considers the sum of all the tragedies occurring at any one time. Sometimes, when I’m brave and […]
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Meet Some Great Musicians…

January 31, 2014 | 1 Comments

When I have the privilege of playing a rock ‘n’ roll show with my trio, one of my favorite parts of the evening is introducing the fabulous musicians playing with me. I don’t know how it worked out like this, but somehow I’ve managed to convince some absolutely seasoned, monster players to play my tunes […]
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Memory Lane

December 20, 2013 | 1 Comments

Happy Christmas E’erybody! Bear with me here, while I bring you around to the point of this post. By the end of making a new record I feel like a sponge that has been squeezed dry of every ounce of creative “water” I’ve got. Once it’s done and sent to press, about the last thing […]
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My Long Winded Liner Notes “Thank You’s” for Balance and Rhythm

October 4, 2013 | 0 Comments

Disclaimer: It occurred to me halfway through writing this, that it seemed kind of self important to make this grand thank you composition as if it were some kind of self imagined awards acceptance speech for some massive accomplishment. Fact is, I’ve just done what anybody in any profession does, their job. It’s just that […]
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A Blog About Blogging

September 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

Greetings friends, and welcome to my new website. I hope you enjoy it, and I hope you enjoy some of the new tunes I’m making. I can’t wait for my new record, Balance and Rhythm, to come out next month. Many times when I listen to a record or see an artist perform, I’m always […]
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April 15, 2011 | 0 Comments

In the far north of Thailand where there are no more palm trees and the hustle and bustle of cities are left behind, the mighty Mae Khong River acts as a border between Laos and Thailand. This river, which so easily facilitates the illicit trafficking of human beings across the border, sang a different song […]
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I No Longer Have My Heart

April 14, 2011 | 0 Comments

It belongs to 120 precious children at Kru Nam’s Children’s home in Northern Thailand.  When I arrived at the home with my wife and the crew from Not For Sale yesterday, I wasn’t prepared for the amazing welcome we would receive. As soon as our van pulled up at the property, the smiling faces of […]
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The Beauty of Thailand and the Beginnings of Familiarity

April 13, 2011 | 0 Comments

It’s 12:45pm in Bangkok. I just arrived from the airport, and I can hear birds singing. I am looking out of my third story guesthouse window. I see lush grasslands leading to dense trees which are then interrupted by billboards and Bangkok urban sprawl; but all of it seems so beautiful to me today. This […]
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