The huge regional tour just got even huger.
“I’m working on something at the moment…”
Hittin’ the road.
For Pete Murray, life is all about experiences, and as he tells Music Feeds, there are plenty of those on his horizon.
Pete Murray is gearing up for something he’s “never done before in Australia”.
It’s your Father’s Day shopping, sorted.
“There was something really intriguing that I started to like about you. You were so different to all the others.”
One new album, one new single, 32 new shows around the country.
Pete Murray is supporting
A team of Aussie musicians, including Megan Washington, Pete Murray and members of Kingswood, have lent their talents to a new children’s album and book titled Alexander the Elephant in Zanzibar — a project of Grinspoon guitarist Pat Davern and his dad James Davern. Alexander the Elephant’s adventures are being soundtracked by a string of
Pete Murray and his acoustic guitar are going to be spending a lot of time together this spring. The pair have made plans to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and rekindle their romance on an epic 33-date tour of the country. Murray’s Yours Acoustically tour will travel across Australia this
A new fundraising and political awareness event, Rock The Gate, will take place in Sydney this November and today organisers have announced its first lineup, led by the likes of The Herd, Tex Perkins And The Dark Horses and Pete Murray. The Rock The Gate event hopes to give critical voice to Lock The Gate,
The Australasian Worldwide Music Expo (AWME) will return for its seventh year this November and today has announced the first round of international music industry delegates and the final acts for its 2014 live lineup who will be joining headlining acts Hiatus Kaiyote and blues and roots musician Ash Grunwald. Joining the acts already announced
Famed Australian singer/songwriter Pete Murray has unveiled a whopping Australian tour. The 44-string tour will take the acoustic artist across the entire country, where he will perform strictly limited and intimate dates in places most artists would never visit. Kicking off in Byron Bay, Murray zig zags across the country, visiting the likes of Bairnsdale,
The Tivoli was a buzz on Tuesday night as a crowd of excited fans snaked all the way round from the front doors of the Tivoli, all the way down to the end of the street. Anyone would have thought that a rock star was in town and…well…even though he may not be a rock
Pete Murray is back with his first Australian tour in over two years to support the release of his new album Blue Sky Blue. The Free Tour will feature Murray’s hits, some new songs, a new band, and sees him returning to the venues where many of his loyal fans experienced his early dynamic live