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Popular songtress to sing at Findleton

By From page B3 | November 22, 2013

Lauren MurphyKVMR favorite Lauren Murphy is appearing at Findleton Estate Winery, 3500 Carson Road in Camino, on Friday, Nov. 22 from 6-9 p.m.

Touring artist Murphy is best known for her work with the band Zero (Steve Kimock, Greg Anton and Robert Hunter) and Lansdale Station.

Having relocated from the Bay Area to the Sierra foothills her new compositions are notably some of the best in her career, gaining wide recognition with near viral status on social media.

Her local shows in El Dorado have been largely sold out, possibly thanks to the popularity of new songs “El Dorado,” “Snow on the Dogwoods” and “Sweet Louisa” about Coloma’s haunted Vineyard House.

A classically trained musician, Murphy has largely performed in the rock and roll arena but has turned her passions back toward the warm toned acoustic music she began her career with over 15 years ago.

During that time she’s worked with some of the industry’s best and played many destination venues in the state.

Murphy is currently preparing to embark upon her next solo CD at Prairie Sun Studios in Cotati. It will feature an all-star lineup and be co-produced by Mooka Rennick.

Murphy is brassy, sensitive and powerful and captivates her audience with finely crafted tales that span the gambit of the human condition.

When she isn’t touring, Murphy enjoys working on her property in Camino with her young daughter.

To hear this talented artist visit Findleton Estate Winery for a free concert.

For more information call 530-644-4018 or 530-644-0714.

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