Neil Murray

Finally! It’s a work in progress, not a perfect finished site! I’ll be learning as I go along how to post news, photos, videos, old interviews etc, but I hope you’ll be patient – I’ve got so much material I could put on here, but it takes forever getting it all together, so I’ll be doing it a few bits at a time. I will try to credit photos and articles wherever possible, but if I’ve posted something on here that you’d like me to remove, please let me know.


Currently I play up to 6 nights each week in the Queen musical We Will Rock You in London, which I have been doing since it opened in 2002. I also tour and record with Snakecharmer, playing classic Whitesnake songs and originals. I do sessions and freelance gigs, and some bass masterclasses and teaching.

Get in touch with me on the Contact page or email neil@neilbass.com




13 thoughts on “Home

  1. Congratulations to your new exellent web site, Neil!
    It’s great that you finally have got your own space for all your work and experiences! I am going to have a night shift now to read the articles and to look at all of your photos. ♥


  2. Warm congratulations to the official website!
    Thank you very much for sharing your brilliant career as a fantastic bass guitarist! It’s been amazing to know your music grow and bloom over the past years. I’m so happy & really proud to be your fan. You are not only talented musician but also respectable gentleman! I wish for you all the happiness and more success in the future.
    Miyuki x

  3. Hi Neil. I owe you an apology from a night in Daytona Beach (I think the year was 1987). You invited me to a bar and acted the perfect gentleman. I on the other hand acted a fool. Perhaps with your innumerable gigs and travels it was a memory only I recall. I’m not a big user of the Internet, but so happy to see your successes and sweet face again. I send you my sincerest and heartfelt wishes for many many more years of success and a healthy life. Best Wishes Theresa

    • It wasn’t me, Theresa! I’ve never been to Daytona Beach! Maybe some member of Whitesnake met you in 1987, but I was no longer in the band at that time.

  4. Hi Neil, always been an admirer of your playing but it’s only now while trying to learn how to play “ain’t no love” & “here I go again” that I truly appreciate how great your playing is. If you want to teach me how to play them feel free LoL. Thanks for the inspiration.

  5. Hi Neil. I’ve been a follower of your work for many years, mainly by default because I am a drummer and a huge fan of the late, great Cozy Powell with whom you worked extensively. I really just wanted to say thanks for putting this site together and also for you doubtless involvement in getting a commemorative plaque put up in Cirencester for Cozy – long overdue. If you ever find yourself in New Zealand, please feel free to drop me a line for a beer.

    • Thanks Ged! I had a little to do with suggesting who should be invited to the Cozy plaque unveiling ceremony, but nothing to do with the actual organisation. It was a great thing to be part of, and well-deserved, in my opinion. I must see NZ sometime – shame it’s so far away!

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