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A former Berklee College of Music student, Maureen can be heard as a background and lead vocalist on major label recordings such as ‘The Universe Inside’ by STS9, ‘Fuego’ by Phish, ‘Jekyll + Hyde’ by Zac Brown Band, ‘Whippoorwill’ by Blackberry Smoke, the self-titled releases from Levi Lowrey & Nathan East, and ‘Never Give In’ & ‘Modern American Protest Music’ by Will Hoge.
She has performed live at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival, War Memorial Auditorium, Georgia Theatre, Fenway Park, Wembley Arena in London, Bridgestone Arena, Ryman Auditorium, Wrigley Field, Hollywood Bowl, The Tabernacle, CMA Music Festival, Kaboo Music Festival, CMA Awards and more with STS9, Zac Brown Band, Gregg Allman, Will Hoge, Shawn Mullins and The Wood Brothers just to name a few.
With over a million views on YouTube and a mention in Forbes Magazine, Ms. Murphy is the most recognized voice on the BioShock Infinite soundtrack that was released in March 2013. Her voice was also featured on TNT’s television mini-series “Mob City”, which aired December 2013 and the major motion picture “Need For Speed” soundtrack, released March 2014.
Maureen resides in Nashville, TN. Past tours include Zac Brown Band 2015 – 2017 & with STS9 2014 – 2016
2017 Sir Rosevelt // Sir Rosevelt
2017 Anthropocene // Peter Oren
2017 Rise // Danny Gokey
2017 Voices // Amanda McBroom
2016 The Universe Inside // STS9
2016 American Prodigal // Crowder
2016 Gotta Get Back // Seth Walker
2016 Light on My Path // Amy Holland
2016 Levi Lowrey // Levi Lowrey
2015 Jekyll + Hyde // Zac Brown Band
2014 Nathan East // Nathan East
2014 Fuego // Phish
2013 Never Give In // Will Hoge
2013 BioShock Infinite
2012 The Whippoorwill // Blackberry Smoke
2012 The Upside of Down // Chris August
2012 Bishop Jerry L. Maynard Presents the Cathedral of Praise Choir
// The Cathedral of Praise Choir
2012 It Don’t Come Easy // Gabriel Kelley
2011 The Shape of Things // Adam Hood
2009 Three Cities // Keeley Valentino
2008 Dog Eat Dog World // Chris Hicks