Stuckey & Murray - New songs. New instruments. Same Stuckey & Murray.
The Knitting Factory Old Office
74 Leonard St Friday, April 1st
(Between Church St & Broadway) 9:15pm
(212) 219-3006 $6
Nearest Subways: 1 or 9 to Franklin St, or A,C,E, N, R to Canal St.
S&M BIO - www.stuckeyandmurray.com
Jon Murray and Andy Stuckey met four years ago as NBC pages in New York City. Jon (6'4", 170lbs) hails from northern Vermont while Stuckey (5'10", 156lbs) is from southern Alabama. An unlikely pair at first, in the sense that Stuckey's pancreas doesn't work (because he has diabetes); they soon discovered they had at least two things in common - they are both left-handed guitarists and they both enjoy writing funny songs.
Stuckey & Murray have performed in New York City venues such as The Upright Citizen's Brigade, B.B. King's, CBGB's Gallery, and many others. They blend all styles of music with clever and sometimes improvised lyrics that keep audiences on their toes. Stuckey & Murray are best described as "hilariously vulgar" and "hysterically outlandish".
Stuckey & Murray recently recorded their debut album, Destination: Rock Bottom, with a full band in Austin, Texas. The CD was released in September 2004 and is available at www.cdbaby.com and www.stuckeyandmurray.com. Because of their dedication to ridiculous music, Stuckey & Murray will occasionally quit their television production jobs to go on the road...for 10 Days at a time.
20% of all profits from album sales will be donated to the American Diabetes Association.
Added by hepcatny on March 16, 2005