Matt "Guitar" Murphy (born December 29, 1929) is an American blues guitarist.
Murphy was born in Sunflower, Mississippi. He played with Howlin' Wolf as early as 1948 (harpist Little Junior Parker was also in the band at the time).
By 1952, Murphy was in Chicago, where he began his long association with Memphis Slim by playing on his dates for United Records and Vee-Jay Records, including the album, At The Gate of Horn (1959).
He was already a legend among… read more
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