Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA. Singer-songwriter and guitarist Mulvey learned his trade in college bands and as a street performer, spending some time in Dublin, Eire, before returning to America and basing himself in Boston. He played with the rock band Big Sky while still at college but later branched out in a more roots-orientated direction. Following the demo tape Rabbit Talk he made his album debut in 1992 with the self-released Brother Rabbit Speaks, followed two years later by the live recording Rain (both albums were issued together on CD in 2001). They paid testament to Mulveys consummate guitar skills and an incisive, if not yet fully formed songwriting talent. A contract with the Boston-based Eastern Front label resulted in two further albums, Rapture and Deep Blue. While the former remained true to Mulveys busking days, the latter, recorded with multi-instrumentalist David Goodrich and drummer Mike Piehl of Groovasaurus, was an intermittently...