Paul Murphy is a singer-songwriter from Ireland. He has been writing & recording his songs for as long as he can remember. His songs are genuine and from the heart. In his words "Like many, I have experienced difficult times, but music has been the tonic, the release, a way to describe the seemingly indescribable, and a way to communicate the soul. I thank God for music, and for anyone who cares to listen and who gets something from it"

A major part of the Songwriters Circle in Ireland, Paul has used this great platform to hone and showcase his songwriting ability. Paul has also performed on BBC Radio several times including once as part of BBC Music Live. In addition he has performed as part of the "Belfast-Nashville Songwriters Festival". His music takes influence from Folk, Soul, Americana, Gospel, and Rock.

Paul's music has been in the finals of the 'ISC songwriting competition', the 'Unsigned Only Competition' judged by music industry professionals and the Belnash singer-songwriter competition. He released the E.P 'Let the Truth Cry Out' in the fall of 2013. This featured the critically acclaimed song 'There's a Place' which was playlisted on UCB radio. He has had regular radio airplay with songs such as the single 'Money Train' and his new albums title track 'Built to Last' on BBC radio among others. 

Paul released his debut album 'Built to Last' in February 2017 with concerts planned for fall of same year.

Paul is also available for session vocal work.