VIDEO: Alan Murphy in concert in Rothesay

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Singer and songwriter Alan Murphy made a welcome return to the Rothesay stage on Saturday when he performed tracks from his just-completed album ‘Blue’ at Craigmore Bowling Club.

Murphy makes no secret of how much his music is inspired by the work of the late John Martyn, and Martyn’s music also featured heavily in Murphy’s two sets on Saturday, with ‘Solid Air’, ‘May You Never’ and ‘One For The Road’ among the numerous Martyn tracks performed during the evening.

Our video shows Murphy and his performing companion Martin Byrne on bass performing ‘One Day Without You’, from John Martyn’s 1975 album ‘Sunday’s Child’. Murphy and Byrne are preceded in the clip by the two local support artists on Saturday’s bill, singer-songwriter Gerry Geoghegan and talented guitarist Jordan Kane.




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