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Murray to rock show

Felix Chaudhary
Saturday, April 26, 2014

WARWICK Murray is no stranger to Fiji.

The blues harmonica and ukelele player has close ties with country after working as a lecturer at the University of the South Pacific from 1997 to 2001.

And Fiji will get to witness his amazing musical talent at the Fiji International Jazz & Blues Festival, which begins on May 1 in Suva.

During his stint at the university, Murray was a well-known figure at nightclubs around the Capital City.

"I was fortunate during that time to play with some of the best musicians in the country, including Vili Tuilaucala, Noa Qiolevu, Steve McComber, Tui Ravai, Paul and David Steven and Tom Mawi," he shared.

Murray formed numerous bands including Capital Sound which featured Michael Kay on saxophone.





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