If there are any troubadours left in the world, Chris Murphy is surely one. It’s not just that he has spent a lifetime taking his music all over the USA and is now conquering the UK, with the rest of Europe firmly in his sights. It is that the music that he plays is of the narrative, story-telling tradition of the minstrel music maker…..

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