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Peter Murphy at Irving Plaza in New York City

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Peter Murphy Irving Plaza New York City June 9, 2014 The first night of a world tour in support of a new release carries with it electricity in the air that is palpable to the audience, crackling like feedback pouring out of speakers. This was certainly the case at the iconic ...

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Peter Murphy: New York, NY, November 21, 2011

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Peter Murphy with She Wants Revenge and Hussle Club Irving Plaza New York, New York November 21, 2011 The cold biting wind, a short holiday get-away week--even the presence of two opening acts--did not deter legions of Peter Murphy fans, both old and new, from his gig at the iconic ...

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Peter Murphy Live at The Highline Ballroom, New York City; April 2, 2011

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Peter MurphyThe Highline BallroomNew York, New YorkApril 2, 2011 Over the past three decades, Peter Murphy has gained a loyal fan through both his solo work and as the former front man for Bauhaus. His recorded output as well has his live performances have garnered him the oh-so-dark moniker, “Godfather of ...


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