Muzz Murray

Muzz Murray is an English singer-songwriter and guitarist rock and blues.
Born in Germany, just a year after he moved with his family to England, then he moves to Los Angeles to Barcelona, from Paris to Amsterdam, from Bangkok to Italy. Called "The Grunge Troubadour", Muzz writes poems and texts of different genres and themes and his style is constantly evolving, with strong roots in blues and rock but with shades ranging from folk to jazz and reggae.
The artists who inspired him and that mainly influenced his style are Bob Dylan, Mark Knopfler, Lou Reed, John Lee Hooker, Tim Buckley, Leonard Cohen, Peter Green, Muddy Waters, Nick Cave, Nick Drake, John Martyn and many other.
He currently performs in Italy, from north to south of the peninsula, where he lives from about ten years; Attend a concert of Muzz Murray is an experience that does not leave you unmoved: a man alone on stage, voice and guitar, apparently simple but very powerful and engaging, intriguing and catches the attention right away. A man, a guitar and his stories which involve from beginning to end.

Uses JAM 400