Singer/songwriter Alexi Murdoch had been performing for many years before hitting it big in the ‘00s. The quiet
music of this artist reflected the way his career had been going—steady and a little understated. But after playing
on Nic Harcourt’s Morning Becomes Eclectic, Murdoch quickly became an LA-area sensation.
Murdoch was born in London, and lived in Scotland before moving out to L.A. in the late ‘90s. His brand of lo-fi
indie-folk was a hit in coffeehouses and small venues. But after playing on Morning Becomes Eclectic, he received offers
to put his music in television shows like The OC and films like Garden State. The younger indie crowd quickly grew infatuated
with him—and a record deal was to follow.
In 2006, Murdoch’s debut LP was released. His work drew comparisons to Nick Drake, and concert
tickets to his shows became very hot items. Even today, his shows are always packed with fans looking to hear his lyrics
and brilliant vocals. It’s hard not to get sucked in listening to his music. Get Alexi
Murdoch tickets and find out why!