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Cracker, Kevn Kinney to rock Murphy

Cracker will play Murphy April 13. File photo Cracker will play Murphy April 13. File photo

Legendary rockers Cracker and Kevn Kinney (of Drivin’ N’ Cryin’) will perform on Saturday, April 13, at the Murphy Music & Brews festival in downtown Murphy. 

A benefit for the nonprofit organization Shepherd’s Men, other acts include Americana/country duo War Hippies and popular singer-songwriter Chuck Mead. Aside from live music, there will also be craft beer, wine and food trucks onsite.

All proceeds of this event will be donated to Shepherd’s Men to assist with its mission to advocate and raise resources for the “Share Military Initiative” at the Shepherd Center in Atlanta, Georgia.

In addition to the money collected through ticket sales, all vendors will donate a percentage of their revenue from the event to Shepherd’s Men.

Tickets start at $35 per person. For more information and/or to purchase tickets, go to

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