Sunday, July 17, 2011

Michael Martin Murphey To Perform At Wedding of David Lauren, Lauren Bush

Michael Martin Murphey To Perform
At Wedding of David Lauren, Lauren Bush

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Legendary hitmaker Michael Martin Murphey will be the featured musical performer at the September wedding of Lauren Bush and David Lauren.

For the fashion world, the couple may be the closest thing America has to royality as the wedding is the union of two very famous American names: Lauren Bush is the daughter
of Neil Bush and President George W. Bush’s niece, while David Lauren is the son of fashion icon Ralph Lauren.

"Out of all the people I could've met and fallen in love with," Bush, laughing, told Harper's Bazaar. "It's just ironic that David would end up with someone named Lauren."

Murphey has been friends with the Lauren family for years.
In fact, Murphey helped the Lauren’s find the ranch they purchased and now call home in Western Colorado. The private wedding will be held on the Lauren property.

When Murphey asked the younger Lauren what kind of clothing he should wear, Murphey was told “wear authentic cowboy clothing.  Seeing how you dressed is how we got interested in western wear in the first place.”

The couple has requested that Murphey and his band - including guitarist Pat Flynn, son Ryan Murphey and bassist Gary Roller - perform “Vanishing Breed” for their first dance.

Michael Martin Murphey has left an indelible mark on the American Music Landscape with massive hits like “Wildfire,” “Carolina In The Pines,” “Long Line of Love”, “Cherokee Fiddle”, “What’s Forever For” and many more.  He is the number one singer of American Cowboy Music, outsold only by Marty Robbins. His 2009 release, Buckaroo Bluegrass, earned him a Grammy nomination.  His newest release, Tall Grass and Cool Water, is the third in a series of his musical exploration of the ties between Cowboy songs and Bluegrass music.

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