DO YOU WANNA DANCE available on radio.

Below is a list of radio stations that have a copy of my new single DO YOU WANNA DANCE.         Make sure to request my new single from your local radio station.

Radio Country Sounds

Joe Duffy (Dundalk 100)

Jimmy Nearny (Dundalk 100)

Padraig Quigley (Dundalk 100)

Brendan Farrell (Shannonside)

Rachel Hardiman (N.Sound)

Martin Donoghue (N.Sound)

Eugune Murphy (N Sound)

Larry McLaughlin (Limeric 95)

Paschal Mooney (Sunshine)

Dave Harrington (q101 Dub)

Alan Maguire (S/E Radio)

Joe Finnegan (Shannonside)

Tony Brooke (Tipp FM)

Billy McCarthy (WLR FM)

Francie Boylan (Ocean)

Dermot Moriarty (kerry)

Mike Gardiner (Clare FM)

Charlie McGettigan (N. Sound)

Eddie Caffery (LMFM)

Tony Kehoe ( S/E Radio)

Joe Cooney (Midlands)

Liam Kett (KFM)

Paul Claffey (Midwest)

Deirdre Hurley (LMFM)

Will Faulkner (Midlands)

Tomm Dowling (KCLR)

Ken Doherty (Sunshine)

Aidan Cooney (Q101 DUB)

Michael Commins (Midwest)

Padraic Walsh(Midwest)

Eamon McPhilomey (Midwest)

Lynette Fay (BBC)

John Breslin (Highland)

Stephen Lynch (Highland)

PJ Cummins (west Limerick)

Pio McCann (Highland)

Packie Keeny (Highland)

Gertrude Byrne (Highland)

Tommy Rosney (Highland)

Fr Brian Darcy (BBC)

Ralph McLean (BBC)

Sean Coyle (BBC)

Cherrie McIlwaine (BBC)

Gary Myles( Downtown)

Ivan Martin (U105)

John Daly (U105)

Carolyn Stewart (U105)

Ray Foley (Today FM)

Caroline Fleck (Downtown)

Kirsty McMrray (Downtown)

Gerry Kelly (BBC)

Paul McKenna (downtown)

Ray Darcy Show (Today FM)

Michael Fox (Irish Country Music Radio)

Derek Mooney show (RTE)

Declan Meehan (East Coast FM)

Dermot McEvoy (Late Late)

Gary Gamble (Highland)

Marty Whelan(Lyric FM)

James King (Midwest)

Alan Watkiss (UK Country Radio)

Ryan Tubridy (2FM)

Tony Scott (S/E Radio)

Ruth Scott (2FM)

Mark Patterson (BBC Foyle)

Maurice Jay (U105)

Frank Mitchell (U105)

Anne O Halloran

John Toal (BBC)

Ronan Collins (RTE)

Head of Music (Today FM)

The Record Library (RTE)

Ken Bruce (U105)

Hugo Duncan (BBC)

Shay Byrne (RTE)

Robert Skates (Downtown)

Candy Devine (Downtown)

George Jones (Downtown)

Stuart Robinson (Downtown)

Ken Tobin (Cork 96FM)

Tom Gilmore(Galway Bay FM)

Valerie Hughes (Galway Bay FM)

Michael Byrne (Head of Music WLR)

Sinead Byrne (Athlone Community Radio)

Robert Walshe (QRADIO)

Alan Murphy (Galway Bay)

Derry O Callaghan (Cork 96FM)

Nick Richards (Cork 96FM)

Jenny B (Radio Star)

Ursula Ledwith (Athlone Community Radio)

Big O (Five FM)

Paul Martin (U105)

Dermot Finglas

Bernie Kane (Ocean FM)

Siobhan McGarry (Downtown)

Big T (Downtown)

Sean Green Irish connection online

Paddy Hunter (Q Radio)

Cormac McConnell (Clare FM)



With the excitement of the release his forthcoming album, Graham Murray has released his latest single, “Do You Wanna Dance”, bringing his own style of county to the dancehalls.

The Co Wexford singer/ songwriter is new to the scene and is excited about his American country music getting noticed by the Irish county listeners. His previous singles have picked up huge airplay in Europe, as well as charting in Austria, Sweden and the UK.

With his new single, “Do You Wanna Dance” Graham is not only aiming for a hit, but also something that people can enjoy themselves to, basing the song on a big part of men’s lives, the daunting experience of asking for a dance! “I remember when I was younger my parents used to go to dance halls. When I got older I sometimes went with them, and I would hear stories about how men and women sat at opposite sides of the hall, waiting to be asked for a dance.”

Graham is used to writing songs which are personal and relatable, but his newest is something to go out and have fun to – yet still relatable! “Nowadays the dance halls have changed bit. But dancing to country music is now again as popular as it has ever been. Granted, Men and women no longer sit separately, but the idea of approaching a woman to ask her to dance or to even speak to her is still as scary for some men as it was years ago.”

Graham is currently in the process of promoting his music across the globe, with his music doing especially well in Australia, New Zealand, Germany, Holland and Denmark. He has received a number of positive reviews both from the press and radio. “Do You Wanna Dance” is now on release and available for download from iTunes.

New Single Release

I am currently in the process of releasing two more singles "Like A River" & "Not The Only One" to radio both in Ireland and Internationally, throughout Europe, Australia, New Zealand and USA.

Previous single releases have Charted in the European Country Music Charts and with your continued support I am hopeful that these singles will Chart also. Both singles will be available on Irish Radio in the coming days. "Not The Only One" is already available Internationally, and "Like A River" will be released Internationally at the end of the month.

My music has received a great response so far and especially in The UK, USA, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, Sweden, Austria, Holland and Denmark. I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has helped with the recording and promotion of my music.

Remember to request my music from your local radio if you would like to hear some of my music.

Many Thanks,


Press Release
With the excitement of the release of his forthcoming album, Graham Murray has released two songs as a taster. “Like A River” and “Not The Only One” have elements of both Irish and American country and were recorded in both Wexford, Ireland with Mick Egan and Nashville, USA with Jeff Silverman. [Read More...]
New Video

On set today filming out new video!!!

Thank You :)

We are currently promoting "Pick Yourself Up on radio. It's a slow process but the song is beginning to pick up airplay throughout Europe as well as Ireland. I would like to thank everyone who helped with the recording, promotion and support of all songs. Without the help from some good friends in Ireland and USA this would not be possible. Sooooooooooo Thank you :)

Interview with Downtown Radio.


If you would like to listen to a recording of our interview with Downtown Radio then please click on the link below. Thanks, Graham.

EP Review from Big T in the Sunday Life
Never hurry a Murray is a famous ad slogan which one brilliant newcomer to the Irish Country music scene could lay claim to ... [Read More...]
Interview on Downtown Radio


Just to let everyone know that myself and Shane Jordan will travel up to Downtown Radio in Co. Down on Monday 24th June for an interview and to play a song acoustic.

The interview will be on the George Jones Show at around 4.10pm.  Link below if you would like to listen to it on the internet.

ECMA Charts (Austria)

I am pleased to say that my song "High & Low" made it into the Country Charts in Austria. Currently in the Top 20.


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2 Willie Nelson featuring Lukas Nelson Just Breathe
3 Hal Willis Working In The Goldmine
4 Mr. Tom & The Nashvillians Leaving Sweden
5 Michael Thomason & Hermann Lammers Meyer Old friends
6 Rebecca Linda Smith Everlasting Love
7 Helen Mateki A Thing Called Love
8 Thomas Rhett Beer with Jesus
9 Lawrence John Project Love Story Of The Year
10 Myra Rolen Walk Out Backwards
11 Liz Anderson Alpha & Omega
12 Jackie Cook Ballad of Slim & Lefty
13 Craig Moritz With You
14 Mustang Sally Jiggle It A Little
15 Jimmy Parker I Thought I’d Be Home By Now
16 The McClymonts I Could Be A Cowboy
17 Cliff Beach I Did It And I'd Do It Again
18 Billy Currington Hey Girl
19 TammRae Girl In Tennessee
20 Graham Murray High and low