Dw. Dunphy

Dw. Dunphy hails from the great state of New Jersey, where if you have to ask how much your car insurance premiums will be, you can’t afford to drive. He is a writer, artist, and musician.

Dunphy has written articles for Patch.com, music reviews for MusicTap.net, short fiction, and a serialized novella, Drivers of the Plague, for several esteemed and now-defunct websites. He was a part of the avant-garde postrock collective Nightmare Variations, has self-released solo recordings, and can be found at CD Baby and iTunes. He has a bruised and withered ego that constantly cries out for attention. Find his music at www.dwdunphy.com

For more articles from Dw. Dunphy, here is a short list of selected reading:

Interview with Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson

Interview with Pat Metheny

Interview with Marillion’s Ian Mosley

Interview with Kelly Jones

Interview with King’s X’s Jerry Gaskill

Interview with Skeleton Key’s Erik Sanko

Interview with Sam Phillips

Interview with Queensryche’s Geoff Tate

Interview with Heidi Jones

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