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Carey Murdock

After Carey Murdock's house concert performance at a home in Franklin, Tennessee, event co-organizer Terry Seay remarked, "I cannot explain how mesmerized the entire audience, including fellow songwriters, was with Carey Murdock's performance at our house. "From someone who listens to and appreciates talent as we do, Wanda and I were totally blown away from not only his songs, voice and stage presence but also when he tickled his strings ever-so-gently to the point of forever."
Becky Hobbs, writer of the Alabama hit "(I Believe There Are) Angels Among Us" and herself a major label artist, said, "WOW! He sounded super and has got the 'it' factor. A real doll. Everyone loved him!" Curb Records artist Kacey Jones and leader of the popular all-girl group Ethel & The Shameless Hussies, proclaimed, "He's a superstar just waiting to happen…"
Originally from North Augusta, SC - the town across the river from Augusta, Georgia where he was born, Carey Murdock relocated to Nashville, Tennessee in August of 2011 after years of touring based out of Augusta. Sharon Jones, the famed soul singer, called and left him a voicemail to wish him luck on his move to Music City.
Currently Carey Murdock is touring to support his latest release "Baby Don't Look Down" - featuring "Young Love", a duet with Shovels & Rope singer Cary Ann Hearst. That album can be purchased on iTunes or on Bandcamp at for a "pay what you want" purchase. He is recording that album's follow-up in between shows on the road.