Pete Murray Bio, Age, Family, Feeler, Eureka, Songs, Net Worth

Pete Murray Biography

Pete Murray is an Australian singer-songwriter. Being nominated a number of times at the ARIAs, he has had several songs reach the top forty in Australia. His first three full-length albums reached number 1 on the Australian music charts.

His first LP, Feeler, achieved number 1 a couple of months after its mid-2003 discharge, and his subsequent record, See The Sun, had a comparative degree of progress, with the majority of the singles getting far-reaching airplay. Murray’s third studio collection, Summer At Eureka, was discharged in May 2008. Until this point in time, Murray has sold more than 1 million records. The absolute most prominent impacts on his vocation are Nick Drake, Neil Young, and Bob Dylan. In November 2013, Murray visited Canada with Paul Langlois and Rob Baker of The Tragically Hip.

Pete Murray Age

Murray celebrates his birthday on the 14th of October every year. Born in 1968, he is 49 years old.

Pete Murray Family

Murray was born in Chinchilla as Peter Kenneth Murray to his mother, Jan who also had another child, a daughter. His family relocated to Brisbane (he was 16 by then). When he was 18, his dad passed on of a heart assault.

Pete Murray

While on the sidelines, Murray began to gain proficiency with the guitar at age 22 and his capacity before long improved with a lot of training. In the long run, he summoned the nerve to take his guitar to a grill singing melodies by Neil Young and Crowded House. In any case, his principle intrigue was voyaging and seeking after a profession in games drug.

Inevitably, enough individuals revealed to him that he had the ability to be fruitful in music and he began a melodic vocation, playing little gigs around the nation with flute player Col McIntyre, in the end assembling a band (counting the console player Ben McCarthy, who works with him right up ’til the present time. In 2002, he discharged a free collection, The Game, in Brisbane and moved to Melbourne to seek after a melodic profession. Murray marked an agreement with Sony BMG Australia in mid-2003.

Pete Murray Education

He went to St Joseph’s College, Nudgee for his last two years of auxiliary tutoring. At the school, Murray indicated ability in rugby association, sports and swimming. He quickly played Brisbane club rugby for GPS and Brothers. Murray was challenging the Australian titles of the 400 meters.

Pete Murray Wife

Speaking of his personal life, Murray married his longtime girlfriend, Amanda Coutts (worked as a designer and renovated a set of stables into a home) on 7 October 2006 in Eureka, New South Wales. Due to their on and off relationship, the two separated and shared custody of their two children.

Pete Murray Children

The couple had a son whom they named Michael Murray James

Pete Murray Feeler

In mid-2003, Murray and his band entered the studio with maker Paul McKercher and his band (comprising of Ben McCarthy on low register guitar and consoles, Christian Sargeant on drums, Paul Tyrell on guitar and Col McIntyre on reeds and woodwind) to make the Feeler collection. On his site, Murray diagrams the kind of record he was planning to make.

“The records I cherish by individuals like Nick Drake, Neil Young, Bob Dylan, they are worked to last. I needed this to be a collection like that, something you can haul out in 30 years and still hear the inclination in it, instead of something that is dated by the melodic designs of the day.”

Feeler] was discharged on 21 July 2003 with the title track as the principal single. Triple J radio began playing the track with the Nova FM and Triple M systems lifting it up. With this help, Feeler entered the ARIA top 50 collection diagrams in 2003. His notoriety was building quick and he began selling out shows in little settings.

The force of the collection kept on structure with the arrival of the subsequent single, “Lines”, and two ARIA grant selections achieving platinum record status. Radio software engineers had been requesting “So Beautiful” to be discharged as a solitary and the track was broadly played on Australian radio, achieving the best ten of every 2004.

This prodded offers of the collection driving it to number one on the Australian collection graphs in late March 2004 and multiple times platinum status. By 2008, the collection had sold a large portion of a million duplicates.

Murray started a voyage through bigger Australian scenes. Because of the degree of interest, he reported nine additional dates. One of his art exhibitions at the Sydney Metro Theater on 27 March 2004 was made accessible for download at BigPond Music. Following the Boxing Day Tsunami, Murray showed up at the Wave Aid gathering pledges show in Sydney, to raise assets for help associations working in a fiasco influenced zones.

Pete Murray See The Sun

See The Sun was Murray’s second album. It had two hits in “Opportunity” and “Better Days”. “Class A” and “George’s Helper” were also released as singles. Days later after its release, Murray performed at the 2005 NRL grand final. See the Sun sold 350,000 copies.

Pete Murray Blue Sky Blue

Blue Sky Blue was his 4th album. It was released in Australia on 2 September 2011.

Pete Murray Eureka

Summer at Eureka is his 3rd album. It was released on the 17th of May 2008 and on 26th of the same month, it entered the charts at number 1 in Australia, his third consecutive chart-topping album. Its 1st single “You Pick Me Up”, reached number 36 on the Australian charts while its 2nd single, “Saving Grace”, was released on 2 August 2008.

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Studio albums

  • 2002: The Game
    : Released: 2003
    :Label: N/A (independent release)
  • 2003: Feeler
    :Released: 21 July 2003
    :Label: Sony Music Australia
  • 2005: See the Sun
    :Released: 25 September 2005
    :Label: Sony Music Australia
  • 2008: Summer at Eureka
    :Released: 16 May 2008
    :Label: Sony Music Australia
  • 2011: Blue Sky Blue
    :Released: 2 September 2011
    :Label: Sony Music Australia
  • 2017: Camacho
    :Released: 2 June 2017
    :Label: Sony Music Australia


  • 2004: “Feeler”
    : “So Beautiful”
    : “Bail Me Out”
    : “Please”
    : “Lines”
  • 2005: “Better Days”
    : “Class A”
  • 2006: “Opportunity”
    : “George’s Helper”
  • 2008: “You Pick Me Up”
    : “Saving Grace”
    : “Chance to Say Goodbye”
  • 2011: “Always a Winner”
    : “Free”
  • 2014: “This Woman’s Work” (as part of Hope for Isla and Jude)
  • 2017: “Take Me Down”

Video albums

  • Passing Time (June 2004)
  • A Year in the Sun (September 2006)

Pete Murray Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of $1 Million – $10 Million.

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