We Should Write Sometime - Songwriter Conversations
Rob Murphy is a Singer / Songwriter from Cape Breton Island and known for his raspy vocals and heart on the sleeve lyrics. Rob was named a Top 10 Stand Out Artists by CBC Searchlight in 2020 and a top 10 Artist by Roots Music Canada in 2020. Rob's raspy weathered vocal style can easily show influences from the likes of Johnny Reid, David Gray, and Damien Rice. The alt, country, and folk melodies that Rob creates can be comparable to the style of Jason Isbel, Blue Rodeo, and The Band. Since COVID Rob has used this as an opportunity to work on writing and co-writing. Over the past 9 months, Rob has written over 20 songs with writers from Canada, Australia, the USA, and regularly from Nashville. Rob is currently recording his first full-length album titled “Tell Me To Stay” this spring and releasing his first single from the self-titled album "Tell Me To Stay" on February 11th.
Listen to hear Sports editor Luke Gremban and Sports Columnist Caleb Burlingame interview the Eastern Michigan Men’s basketball Coach, Rob Murphy. Murphy talked last saturday about his journey as a coach and what has brought him to his position at Eastern Michigan, as well as expectations for the team this coming season.Follow Luke and Caleb on Twitter at @LukeGremban and @CalebBurlingame for EMU sports news and live tweets.Hosted: Caleb Burlingame, Luke GrembanProduced: Danny Murphy
American Library in Paris member, Dr. Robert L. Murphy has been at the forefront of every infectious disease global crisis since the AIDS pandemic in the 1980s. In this special Zoom session, Dr. Murphy will share with us the latest updates in the fight against COVID-19. He will also answer questions from the audience. He will join us from Chicago, where he is the Executive Director, Institute for Global Health at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. Dr. Murphy is currently involved in cutting edge research in diagnostics and treatment of COVID-19. Recorded 15 July 2020