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Michael Murphy is a native of New Orleans, Louisiana and a graduate of Loyola University. In 1987, he formed Michael Murphy Productions, specializing in music-based programming for television and radio. Programs he has produced have been broadcast by networks, such as ABC, CBS, FOX, TBS, A&E, VH-1, E-Television, BET, ZDF (Germany), NHK (Japan), and RAI (Italy). His radio programs have been heard over the CBS/Westwood Radio affiliates network, National Public Radio, and distributed internationally by WGBH. He has also produced epk’s and magazine format programs for record companies A&M, Polygram, Warner Brothers, Motown, and House of Blues Records. In 1992, he began working in high definition, which resulted in several music specials. In the fall of 1992, Michael Murphy Productions was hired by House of Blues to create programming that would imprint their Brand. As President of House of Blues Productions, Murphy created the Live From The House of Blues television series (26-one hour shows) which aired on TBS in 1995, and a 20 part music series during the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, resulting in a 90 minute special for VH-1, daily live satellite broadcasts, and television programming. In August 1997, Murphy left House of Blues, reestablishing Michael Murphy Productions, Inc. His company continues to produce entertainment programming for all media, working on enhanced DVDs, documentaries, television, and Internet programming.

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Dancing to New Orleans

$19.95 | 89 minutes

(2003) - Director, Producer

More than any other place, Louisiana--and in particular New Orleans--has been responsible for the development of one of the most rich and diverse musical legacies in America. From country to R&B, Zydeco to blues, Cajun to jazz, DANCING&hellip…

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