About Nick Murphy
Hailing from the tight-knit deep disco scene in Melbourne, Australia and taking elements from an acoustic past, Nick Murphy (FKA Chet Faker) has carved out his own style that fuses personal stories of love and loss with an electronica soul, which reaches far beyond his homeland.
Chet quickly came to everyone’s attention when his cover of ‘No Diggity’ hit number 1 on the worldwide indie music aggregator, Hype Machine.
But far from rushing into the limelight, Nick sought about building on the popularity of ‘No Diggity’ through releasing a series of tracks online, creating an insatiable hunger from his fans for more.
Now Nick Murphy is poised on the next phase of his development. His live show is under work, an EP is underway, and his plans for quietly and assuredly bringing his music to a broader audience are well in the works.
Phish continued their repeat-less trend as part of a show featuring bust outs and tasty jams in Charleston on Saturday. Check out the setlist, a recap and The Skinny.
Bob Weir sat in with an all-star cast for the Rex Benefit’s ‘American Beauty’ event.
Tedeschi Trucks Band treated the Orpheum Theatre in Boston to an acoustic set full of blues classics.
Greensky Bluegrass welcomed guitarist Tom Hamilton of opening band Ghost Light to kick off their two-night run at the Mission Ballroom in Denver.
Phish kicked off a three-night stand at the North Charleston Coliseum that closes the band’s Fall Tour 2019 on Friday night in North Charleston, South Carolina.