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Don Murdock has a passion for country music, and that passion is reflected in the music he creates. His songs have already appeared on thousands of radio play lists around the world. Don first started playing guitar as a young teen and continued playing throughout his twenties, concentrating mostly on the old favourites. Time moved on, life happened and Don put his musical aspirations on hold. But music always remained close to Don's heart. and create his own unique sound. One of the first songs Don wrote was Highway Of Heroes. The idea came to him while standing on an overpass of a highway bearing the same name. A portion of that highway had been renamed in honour of repatriated soldiers who travelled these final miles before reaching their final place of rest. Don wrote the song in memory of his mother who lost a brother in World War II. With the release of his debut EP, Don has fulfilled a lifelong dream. Already his songs including; Look Into Your Eyes, Train Song, There's A Place I Like To Go and I Love You Still have enjoyed tremendous airplay, collectively appearing thousands of times on playlists in 26 countries around the world! His new single and title track from the EP is the song that most reveals the heart and soul of Don Murdock the man. Don't Call Me AHero is an emotional masterpiece that bears witness to the life of an innocent child lost and a man, tormented and haunted by their traumatic, shared experience. The song has touched many in the community of firefighters and first responders, and is being shared across various social media platforms. Tens of thousands have heard the song, read his story, and hundreds have been moved to share their own experiences with Don. According to Canadian Country Air Check, on February 1st 2013, Don't Call Me A Hero was the #1 DMDS download at Canadian Country Radio. The song was also the DMDS #8 most active indie song regardless of genre at Canadian radio. This initial impact also attracted the attention of an international music licensing firm and that the song can be heard in retail outlets, restaurants and  professional buildings all over North America and Europe. Don is now looking forward to getting out "there", doing more live performances, and meeting the fans and friends who love country music. He has also looking to attract the attention of a major record label and is excited about the prospect of sharing his passion, his music, with an even wider audience as he moves forward in his musical journey. biography

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