David Seale and Richard Murff

David Seale and Richard Murff

BandComedySinger/Songwriter

Music and literature meet head on and form a beautiful union! Call it a soundtrack for a novel or collaborative storytelling, but definitely call it unique. Their show combines songs from Seale's CD, readings from Murff's novel, and discussions on how two friends created a most unique project.

Biography

No other act is like this one!

You can view a video that explains the project: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FjN3smm4CAM

As novelist Richard Murff was writing his novel, One Last Hour, he sent musician Seale drafts, and from those drafts, Seale crafted and recorded an album of music that enhances the themes and characters from the novel. Released together, the two media help to tell a powerful story that is timely and timeless, and because of the unique mix of prose and singer-songwriter songs, no other project has ever been offered.

The program that Murff and Seale provide is a combination of live song performances, readings from the novel, and witty discussions from both artists as they discuss the collaborative process, the themes in the novel and songs, how they worked together while living in 2 different cities, and how one genre influenced the other. Their talent, intelligence, and sense of humor make this 45-60 minute program thoroughly entertaining and certainly like no other act in the world.

Discography

David Seale (music)
One Last Hour (2008)
After You Leaned In... (2007)
I Told You Forever (2004 with the band Wednesday Call)
Beatiful Mess (2002)
Simple Glances (2001)
all available on iTunes and cdbaby.com

Murff (St. Bob Press)
One Last Hour (2008)
The Prince (2008)
Yellowcake (2007)

Set List

The program that Murff and Seale provide is a combination of live song performances, readings from the novel, and witty discussions from both artists as they discuss the collaborative process, the themes in the novel and songs, how they worked together while living in 2 different cities, and how one genre influenced the other. Their talent, intelligence, and sense of humor make this 45-60 minute program thoroughly entertaining and certainly like no other act in the world.