Jesse Murphy (bassist)

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Jesse Murphy is a New York City-based Acoustic and Electric.bass player. He played on John Scofield's Überjam album and is a member of Brazilian Girls and several other groups.,[1] My House Is The Mountain (his own presentation of songwriters and musicians), Larry Cambell and Teresa Williams, Murphy Santiago(Craig Santiago) improvised music for the healing arts, "Love Trio", a band that "sprang directly out of the Nublu Club scene" in NYC.[2] He also performs as a solo singer songwriter as well as produces electronic dance music.

Jesse Murphy has collaborated and performed with Cedar Walton, Joe Jackson, David Byrne, Regina Carter, Jack Dejonette, Natalie Merchant, Billy Higins, Milt Jackson, John Medeski, Jeff Hamilton, Greg Kurstin, The Bloomdaddies(Chris Cheek, Seamus Blake, Jordi Rossi, Dan Rieser, Tony Mason), Brother Jack McDuff, Donald Bailey, Cibo Mato, Larry Koonse, Eddie Henderson, Dred Scott, Tutti Heath, Shitty Shitty Jam Band(Avi Bortnick, Aaron Johnston, Clark Gayton, Shawn Pelton, Brian Charette), Blues Traveler, Jerry Marata, Betty Joplin, Foda, Diana Krall, Norah Jones, Kurt Rosenwinkle, Anti Balas, Bill McHenry, Fatima, Justin Guip, Adam Rogers, Kenny Wollesen, The Netherlands, Madeline Peyroux, Jochen Ruekert, Donny Mccaslin, The SNL House Band, Tracy Bonham, Jeff Ballard, Aaron Parks, Tony Mason, Brian Mitchel, and many other NY based musicians and bands.

He studied with John Clayton, Paul Ellison, Tom Kenific, and Stan Poplin. He also plays guitar, piano, and Tuba. He is completing a method for bass and all instruments that is based on symmetrical scales called The Harmonic Murphy Method "With symmetry towards absolute fluidity".


  1. ^ David Jeffries. " Brazilian Girls". Retrieved 2009-07-25.
  2. ^ " Love Trio - Just Trying To Spread Some More Love". Archived from the original on 2012-05-30.

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