|Columnist to take
stage in PTC
By MICHAEL BOYLAN
are you've read his featured weekly column in The
Citizen every Wednesday. Perhaps you've even seen
an editorial of his in the Atlanta
Journal-Constitution from time to time.
you can go and see him live. Billy Murphy will be
playing the Cruse Coffee Co. in Peachtree City
Friday from 8:30-11 p.m.
brand of music is folk style, acoustic music,
blended in with his special brand of humor.
Murphy describes himself as a lazy musician, but
promises that he relies much heavier on his humor
than his musical talent.
that he can't play the guitar he can. He
has been playing the instrument and performing in
front of audiences for 12 years, although he
toured with two different partners for the first
10 years and has been on his own for the last
act is that of a musical advice columnist and
whether the song is serious or funny, the
material mostly comes from personal stories about
relationships. Those in attendance can expect to
hear his signature song, Blind Date
Blues, as well as his version of acoustic
karaoke. Acoustic Karaoke is just like it sounds.
He plays a song and brings up audience members to
sing it with him.
Murphy has served as the entertainment for large
corporate functions and he has also played
schools, churches and festivals in the past. This
is his first time at a coffee house in a number
of years and he hopes the audience will be ready
for a raucous good time. Performing at a coffee
house, Murphy knows that at least the crowd will