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About David Lee Murphy

David Lee Murphy worked hard for over a decade in Nashville, trying to get a recording contract, but it wasn't until 1992 that he inked a deal with MCA Records. His first recording, "Just Once," surfaced on the 1994 soundtrack to the film Eight Seconds (a feel-good movie starring teen heartthrob Luke Perry). A year later Murphy's debut Out With A Bang was released with two of the cuts, "Party Crowd" and "Dust on the Bottle" landing the singer on the top of the charts, as well as garnering him a nomination by the Academy of Country Music for 1995's Top New Male Vocalist award.

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Listen toDavid Lee Murphyon Rhapsody

David Lee Murphy worked hard for over a decade in Nashville, trying to get a recording contract, but it wasn't until 1992 that he inked a deal with MCA Records. His first recording, "Just Once," surfaced on the 1994 soundtrack to the film Eight Seconds (a feel-good movie starring teen heartthrob Luke Perry). A year later Murphy's debut Out With A Bang was released with two of the cuts, "Party Crowd" and "Dust on the Bottle" landing the singer on the top of the charts, as well as garnering him a nomination by the Academy of Country Music for 1995's Top New Male Vocalist award.

About David Lee Murphy

David Lee Murphy worked hard for over a decade in Nashville, trying to get a recording contract, but it wasn't until 1992 that he inked a deal with MCA Records. His first recording, "Just Once," surfaced on the 1994 soundtrack to the film Eight Seconds (a feel-good movie starring teen heartthrob Luke Perry). A year later Murphy's debut Out With A Bang was released with two of the cuts, "Party Crowd" and "Dust on the Bottle" landing the singer on the top of the charts, as well as garnering him a nomination by the Academy of Country Music for 1995's Top New Male Vocalist award.

About David Lee Murphy

David Lee Murphy worked hard for over a decade in Nashville, trying to get a recording contract, but it wasn't until 1992 that he inked a deal with MCA Records. His first recording, "Just Once," surfaced on the 1994 soundtrack to the film Eight Seconds (a feel-good movie starring teen heartthrob Luke Perry). A year later Murphy's debut Out With A Bang was released with two of the cuts, "Party Crowd" and "Dust on the Bottle" landing the singer on the top of the charts, as well as garnering him a nomination by the Academy of Country Music for 1995's Top New Male Vocalist award.