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Caleb J. Murphy is a songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist based in Austin, TX, whose music has been on major TV networks and in indie film projects. His areas of expertise include songwriting, home production, and balancing life with being a musician.
After teaching himself guitar in 2002, he started publicly releasing music in 2009. He has since released over 100 songs he produced in bedrooms, basements, and garages across the U.S. His music has also appeared on ABC, NPR, and alongside U2 and Kings Of Leon on the radio.
“The harmonies on [Not Gone] are absolutely stunning. FULL STOP. …This is one of the most intriguing folk tunes I’ve heard in all of 2020. I hope the complexity of this piece of music is not lost on listeners; it’s really something special.” — Ear To The Ground Music
“Authentic. Open. Honest…Everybody Breaks tears his last barriers to vulnerability down and forges them into the most personal album of his career thus far.” — Pop Of Colour
“[Everybody Breaks is] an easy listen—colored with indie-rock beats, reggae tempos, and uplifting lyrics.” — IUP Magazine
“…He’s definitely got talent that’s beyond his years.” — WYEP, Pittsburgh
He also likes to share what he’s learned about being a musician through his writing. And as a contributor to Careers In Music, Caleb passes along what he knows and researches about songwriting, recording, sync licensing, and how to be a DIY musician.
Caleb has released 100+ songs over his career
His song “No Man’s Land” was on NBC’s Chicago Fire
His song “Rewind” was on ABC’s The Rookie
Caleb sends a twice-monthly newsletter called 5 Things To Help You Keep Going that features five resources from the internet that will help indie musicians.
He created an eBook called Create Your Game Plan to help musicians figure out how to build a music career
Caleb has a perfect 5/5 rating on SoundBetter where he offers his production and mixing services.
As a Writer, Caleb has helped thousands of part-time musicians through his newsletter 5 Things To Help You Keep Going and he has written for some of the biggest music advice websites, including Digital Music News, Bandzoogle, and Music Connection Magazine. Other reputable outlets have found his advice helpful enough to share it with their readers, like ASCAP, BMI, and Hypebot.
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