Maury Muehleisen

Maury Muehleisen (January 14, 1949–September 20, 1973) was an American-born musician, songwriter, and artist best known for his studio work, live accompaniment, and impact on the music of Jim Croce. His unassuming style and exquisite guitar skills were a perfect balance to Croce’s seemingly rough-hewn experiences, stage presence, and songwriting style. He died in the same plane crash that took Croce's life.

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Maury Muehleisen - Legacy
... CD reissue of his Gingerbreadd LP, along with a companion CD, Maury Muehleisen – Before the Ever Since, featuring early home and studio recordings, was made publicly available ... to early renditions of the original Gingerbreadd song lineup, the companion CD includes Muehleisen's original guitar-only recording of "Salon and Saloon." The version sung ... Interest in Maury's career and music continues with an August 12, 2010 article appearing in Inside New Jersey magazine ...