Cover

Songwriters often bring us that song we need to express our feelings, to reflect, and maybe even to heal. "I know we've all lost something in life and stood there thinking, 'Where do I go from here?'" says Chuck Murphy about his new single “How Many Times”. The single speaks to love and loss and that feeling of helplessness we have all experienced. 

Chuck Murphy’s “Peace Be With You” is a timeless piece of Americana, tying together the smoothed-out sounds of seventies’ rock, country guitar, and a whole heap of charisma to make for a delightful outing. Murphy’s vocals are unparalleled, possessing a familiarity while being wholly unique. The multiple vocal layers on Peace Be With You give a certain substance to the single; the story told within its four minutes is much greater than what typically resides in a song. With hints of Warren Zevon and Tom Petty, Chuck Murphy succeeds with his latest work.”

James McQuiston, Neufutur.com

Written by Chuck Murphy 
Produced, Arranged, Mixed, Mastered, Engineered, and additional 
recording by Jeff Silverman @ Palette Music Studio Productions (MSP), 
Nashville, TN www.palettemusic.net 

 Vocals - Chuck Murphy; Keyboards – Jeff Silverman; Strings - Tim Lorsch; String Arrangements - 
Tim Lorsch and Jeff Silverman; Steel and Lap Steel - Mike Johnson; Drums – Ed Eblen; Bass – 
Teddy Gonlag; Guitar and Bouzouki – Dave Flint 

Photo Credits: @CavemansLens 
Cover Art: Lori Antoinette www.lantart.com
Graphic Design/Layout: Debra Silverman, DLS Graphics www.dlsgraphics.net
Promotion & Web development: Art Tawanghar, www.freemusicpromo.comwww.majorhitrecords.com
Artist Representation: Ann Rinaldi, ACR Management www.acrmanagement.com

Related Tags: 
Genre associated with Earthy and Organic: 
Folk, Americana, Country-Folk 
(Sub-Genres: Singer-Songwriter, Indie) 

 Instrumentation: 
acoustic guitar, mandolin, light acoustic piano, bright tempos, vocal background oohs
and aahs and smooth whistling, fiddle, and occasional light strings. 
 Rhythm and Tempo: 
BPM: 98-108 
Brightly strummed acoustic guitar. 
The rhythms are light and usually lack drums or percussion grooves. 
Light and smooth string textures 
 Additional descriptors: 
 Bright, Breezy, Warm, Gentle, Sunrise, Dawn, Sunset, Scenic, Acoustic, Joyful, Satisfied, Lighthearted, Carefree, Cheerful, Feel-Good, Lazy, Happy, Playful, Bouncy, Easy, Family, Home, Human, Laidback, Pulsing, Natural, Nature