Chuck Murphy “Peace Be With You”


Award winning, Billboard charting singer songwriter, Chuck Murphy’s EP ‘Peace Be With You’ has been a labour of love for both him and his co-producer Jeff Silverman. The title track has been remixed and submitted for consideration for the 59th Grammy Awards next February.

With his band, Big Coyote, Chuck Murphy throws in all the love and passion he has into his ‘Peace Be With You’ project. Originally from Bloomington, Minnesota, Chuck is now based in Palmdale California, and has won several awards, including a 2016 Independent Music Network Award, for Favourite Country Impact Artist. He also received a New Music Award this year from New Music Weekly Magazine for Alternative Country Breakthrough Artist. In 2015 he won two Independent Music Network Awards for his single, ‘How Many Times’, in the categories of Mainstream Impact Artist, and Favourite Crossover Artist.

‘Peace Be With You’ is charting well on Billboard, and is accompanied by a warm and inviting video, which showcases Chuck and his band in their element. The video is set in a bare-bones studio, focusing on the band and Chuck in a way to emphasise the intimacy and naturalness.

Chuck explains the song originated as a song about sibling rivalry, but soon expanded to become a message of tolerance and understanding. It’s a fitting song for our currently troubling times, and promotes peace and harmony.

Find out more about Chuck Murphy on his official website, and Soundcloud page. You can download his album, ‘Peace Be With You’, from his website.



Peace Be With You, Chuck Murphy Folk-Americana-Country-Folk Official 4K video

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