Kenny Margolis
Kenny’s professional career began in 1976 with Exuma, a Bahamian artist. In 1979, he joined Mink DeVille for three albums, including the acclaimed Le Chat Bleu. They reunited in 2005 for the live DVD at Amsterdam’s Paradiso, Live In The Lowlands. Between 1996-2006, Kenny played with alternative rock band Cracker for 9 albums.

Kenny’s toured and played on Elliott’s Rainy Season, Last Of The Rock Stars, Soul Surfing, Strings Of The Storm, Murphy Gets Muddy, Notes From The Underground, Coming Home Again, and Never Say Never, The Best of 1995-2005…And More.
He’s worked with The Smithereens, Rogue’s March, the late great Shane MacGowan, The Silos, Del Lords, Little Bob, Marshall Crenshaw, and Richard Barone for the Harry Nilsson tribute album, “For The Love Of Harry.” Kenny composed music for James Gandolfini’s The Italian Movie and contributed to soundtracks, notably The Pope of Greenwich Village. His bands include Lucky 7 and UpSouth Twisters.

On March 15 The 26th year of Joe Hurley’s Irish Rock Review at Bowery Electric.
March 16: Manhattan screening of the film Heaven Stood Still…The Incarnations of Willy DeVille.

Matthew Murphy
Matthew started his music career as Elliott Murphy’s bassist for Aquashow. They opened for the New York Dolls, Kinks, Jefferson Starship, Aerosmith, Hot Tuna. His first tour managing gig was with brother Elliott! He’s continued to work with him, starting with helping create his first indie label Courtisane Records.

Matthew’s tour managed artists including Blondie, B-52s, Talking Heads, Eurythmics, Roger Waters, Luther Vandross, Bryan Ferry, Patti Smith, Kenny G, UB40, John Hiatt, Edie Brickell, Dave Stewart, and the Blue Man Group.
Since 2009, Matthew’s been making shows run smoothly for Steve Martin & Martin Short all over the world.