Michael Martin Murphy is back with a new label, a new album, and a new single. But he’s keeping the same mix of bluegrass and acoustic country with Western themes as his last two successful projects for Red River Drifter.
The single is Shake It Off, a Murphey original, sung as a duet with Pauline Reese. Assisting on the track are Ryan Murphey on mandolin, Pat Flynn on guitar, Jason Mowry on fiddle, Matt Pierson on bass, and Troy Engle on banjo.
Here’s a taste of the track, which is available now to radio programmers at Airplay Direct.
Red River Drifter is scheduled for a July 9 release from Red River Entertainment.
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