Mary Jane Adams' 25 minute documentary Sketches of Crosstown is now available for all to watch
Sean Murphy is a multi-discipline artist living in Memphis, Tennessee. He is a musician, composer, teaching artist, instrument maker, producer, nature lover, listener, explorer
Born in Scooba, Mississippi and Raised in Memphis, he attended the University of Memphis earning a Bachelor's Degree in Music History with an emphasis on Ethnomusicology. He was trained to play western classical and jazz on tuba; but his fascination with world cultures and music has led him to play innumerable instruments.
He has been afforded the opportunity to perform throughout the United States and Europe as well as sharing the stage with Dr. John, The Meters, Galactic, Robert Randolph, Paul Winter, William Eaton, Rufus Thomas, and Clyde Stubblefield to name a few.
Sean has released 5 solo albums. The most recent, Sketches of Crosstown, was released on October 20, 2013.
Sean currently splits his time between performing and recording as a solo artist (often accompanying yoga classes taught by his artist wife, Anne J. Froning), leading the Mighty Souls Brass Band, and building musical instruments for outdoor classrooms through his business Being:Art.