Neil Murray is a performer (singer, guitar player), composer, lyricist and producer based in London.

He has been around for a good while, going from rock to glam to new wave to country and back, with a sizeable discography (see under Discography). Many of the discs came out under the band name The Hamptons (you know, in Long Island). In 2013 he produced a glam tribute under the name Three Piece Sweet containing numbers by glam legends The Sweet, Slade and Bowie.

He also took his predominantly British guitar rock sound to Nashville and wrote and produced three albums containing a unique brand of Brit pop-rock with Nashville sheen!

Along the way, he co-wrote and sang the No.2 UK chart hit "Come on England", the best selling of the 2004 Euro Football anthems.
Watch (from 50 secs in) on this Youtube video.

In 2007, his song "Still In Love With You" was featured in the film "The Killing Of John Lennon", the producers taking full advantage of his sometimes Lennonesque singing style.

He also produced, in 2008, the theme music for use by P1, the powerboat answer to F1.

In 2011 he chaired the charity committee for the rock concert in aid of Coram (the children's charity) that became known as "City Rocks", the first major rock concert in the City Of London. It was held at the Guildhall and was headlined by Bryan Adams. In 2014 the concert was repeated at the Royal Albert Hall, with, amongst others Lily Allen, Brian May and Sophie Ellis-Bextor.

Oh yes, he also managed to be a City lawyer in the process - left brain/right brain and all that.......

He now majors on song writing across rock, guitar pop, indie, alt. country, ballads, film and occasionally dabbles in the humorous/satirical side.

Click on "Songs" to hear samples of his work