Facebook  Youtube  
Neil Murray
Neil Murray
23 Sep 2pm
Neil Murray Acoustic Performance, Walker Swamp Event, via Dunkeld, Vic
28 to 30 Sep
Neil Murray in Concert,PAANJA Festival, Mapoon, QLD
Accompanied by Lee Morgan
6 Oct 7:30pm
Neil Murray in Concert, Dunkeld Railway Station, Dunkeld, Vic
19 Oct & 20 Oct
Neil Murray and band in Concert, Patchewollock Music Festival,Patchewollock, Vic
Time TBC
10 Nov
Neil Murray (with Lee Morgan), Old Drouin Butter Factory, 1 Main South Road, Drouin, Vic
Supported by Todd Cook at 7pm
18 Nov 7pm
Neil Murray in Concert, Willoughby Hotel, 315 Penshurst Street, North Willoughby, Sydney, NSW
22 Nov
Neil Murray and band, Marrickville Bowling Club, 91 Sydenham Rd, Marrickville, Sydney, NSW
Booking details to come
20 Dec 7:30pm
Neil Murray live in concert at Clancy’s Fish Pub, Clancy’s Fish Pub, 51 Cantonment St, Fremantle, WA
Support- Lois Olney
3 Jan 2019 7pm
Neil Murray plays Ronnie Nights, Ronnie Nights, 75-77 Market Street, Fremantle, WA
5 Jan 2019 7pm
Neil Murray in Concert, The River Hotel, 40 Wallcliffe Road, Margaret River, WA
Dave Mann as support
To book Neil for your event contact:
SALLY LAWRENCE black.cockatoo@icloud.com
Neil Murray Live

Good tidings heart landers,

The wattles are blooming back! And the days are starting to lengthen and warm. Let's take a look at Neil Murray's activities for the final quarter of 2018.

But firstly, a big thank you to all those who came out and supported Neil on his recent run through the Kimberly's and Darwin. The Broome performance with Steven Pigram and the Darwin, Railway Club show were special highlights.


This month Neil will be doing some recording with Roger Bergodaz to continue working on the tracks for a new album.

On Sunday September 23rd at 2pm, Neil is performing a half hour completely acoustic set at a gathering for the Walker Swamp restoration project. These wetlands in the shadow of Gariwerd are undergoing restoration after having been drained in the 1950’s. Neil supports and endorses genuine acts of responsible custodianship of country wherever it occurs.

On the 27th of September, Neil, accompanied by guitarist Lee Morgan, flies north to headline the PAANJA festival at Mapoon, North Qld.

Saturday October 6th, finds Neil returning to the Dunkeld Railway Station for a concert in support of the “off the rails” group of Dunkeld artists. This is repeat of the successful show he played there in April of 2017.

Friday 19th and Saturday 20th October, Neil Murray with a band comprising Craig Kelly, (bass) Damien Neil, (guitar) and Roger Bergodaz (drums) will be performing at the Patchewollock Music Festival. Neil and band are scheduled to play on both Friday and Saturday. This is a hoot of a festival in Victoria’s northern Mallee country and should not be missed.

On Saturday November 10th Neil (accompanied by Lee Morgan) will perform at the Old Drouin Butter Factory in Drouin, eastern Victoria. Also performing is Todd Cook.

Sunday November 18 and Neil is doing a Parlour house concert at the Willoughby Hotel. Still in Sydney, Thursday November 22nd, Neil returns to the famous Marrickville Bowlo in Marrickville, Sydney with a local band backing him.

Neil heads off to WA over the Xmas New Year period with shows at Clancy’s Fish Pub, Fremantle( Lois Olney is also appearing) on Thursday December 20th. https://clancysfishpub.com.au/venues/fremantle/

Then its Ronnie Nights in Fremantle on January 3 and the River Hotel in Margaret River on January 5 with support from Dave Mann.

UPDATE: Tjungukutu project
In June, Jim Moginie, Neil Murray and Jeff McLaughlin convened in Alice Springs at Bill Davis's studio and were able to record some more guitar parts and vocals from Sammy Butcher - who despite the ongoing disability in his right hand - continues to invent new ways to express his musical creativity.

Consequently, mixing of the "Tjungukutu" (still together) album will commence in Sydney in November at Oceanic studios with Jim Moginie, Neil Murray and engineer Brent Clark at the helm.

Keep in touch with the website and Facebook for more developments as they come to hand.

That's about it for now folks.
John King

Neil Murray and Sammy Butcher