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Katie Murphy

Her sultry, charming voice is like peppermint – sweet and spicy! And in Spring 2011, Manitoba recording artist Katie Murphy is taking her energetic blend of pop, roots across Canada in support of her latest offering Exes & Uh Ohs.

Katie’s growth as an artist and person is evident on her new EP, Exes & Uh Ohs, which stays true to her touchstones of love, family and relationships. “It’s a lot sassier than my last CD. Exes & Uh Ohs mostly explores how to mature in a relationship and all the mistakes we can make while in one. It’s essentially a series of break-up stories,” Katie explains.

The incredibly powerful, upbeat music stands in contrast to the rather heavy subject material tackled on the album – giving Exes & Uh Ohs artistic depth and meaning. Most of the songs were written while Katie and her husband took a one year hiatus from their relationship. The album catalogues that troubling year of navigating life with two young children, while following separate paths.

The song “Don’t go after girls who warn you” is a foreboding, cautionary tale of a couple considering reconciliation. Then, there’s the anthem “Oooo! (She’s got a lot going on!)” - a confidence boosting morale builder Katie wrote to lift her own spirits.

Exes & Uh Ohs, like Katie’s real-life story, has a happy resolution. “We didn’t make the transition from young lovers into a family well. Luckily, we found each other again.”

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