This is an activist group on a campaign to discredit our industry and create unnecessary consumer concernGroup challenges USDA's mad cow claims Feb 19, 2004
It really will not, we feel, have an impact on the beef industry, nor should itCJD clusters could impact beef industry Jan 22, 2004
We are most encouraged by data showing an incredibly high percentage of consumers remain convinced and confident, as they should be, that beef products they buy are safeCJD clusters could impact beef industry Jan 22, 2004
First and foremost, the U.S. beef supply is safeUSDA refused to release mad cow records Dec 30, 2003
It's really kind of a non-issue as far as our members are concernedIs mad cow lurking in freezers? Dec 29, 2003
Daniel Murphy (born July 12, 1962, Duluth, Minnesota) is best known as the guitarist for the American band, Soul Asylum. He is also a member of Golden Smog.
Murphy was the secondary songwriter in Soul Asylum, with Dave Pirner responsible for bulk of the band's material. Some of Murphy's solo writing credits include "Can't Go Back" from Made To Be Broken, "Cartoon" off Hang Time and "Gullible's Travels" from And The Horse They Rode In On. Additionally, he and Pirner co-wrote "Easy Street" which appeared on Horse, and he co-wrote "Promises Broken" off Let Your Dim Light Shine with Marc Perlman.
In 1988, Murphy formed Golden Smog, a Minneapolis supergroup made up of members of The Replacements, The Jayhawks and Run Westy Run. Murphy was credited as "David Spear" on the group's debut album, Down By The Old Mainstream, because of contractual obligations.