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March 6, 2014 8:59 AM

Walter Tunis: Michael Martin Murphey melds nearly 5 decades of his brand of genre-jumping

In a career spanning nearly five decades, Michael Martin Murphey has collaborated with a Monkee, summoned a hit from the Pines and explored varying degrees of country and Western music in and often way out of Nashville circles. On Saturday, songs from all of those eras converge for a concert at the Leeds Theatre in Winchester.

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