|A Tribute to Martin Stephenson
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|Author:||catsandbooks [ Thu Jul 17, 2008 12:47 am ]|
|Author:||matchfacts [ Thu Jul 17, 2008 10:09 am ]|
|Author:||exapno mapcase [ Thu Jul 17, 2008 10:31 am ]|
Saw The Daintees at the Jazz Cafe last year playing all of Boat to Bolivia and some of the other early stuff like Louie's. Still as brilliant as ever and MS still fits in more conversation in between the lyrics of songs than most folk speak in a week
|Author:||helenpins [ Thu Jul 17, 2008 2:13 pm ]|
Wed 17th Sept 8pm £9 (£7.50 concs) seated
Martin is a supremely gifted songwriter and musician, who lives and plays from the heart. His rootsy adventures off the beaten track reveal his love for the blues of Doc Watson, the empathy of Woody Guthrie and the magic of a great melody. Martin dipped his toes in the water of fame in the 80’s with The Daintees, before escaping the machinations of the mainstream music industry by sheltering in the Highlands of Scotland, and rediscovering his genius.
Why…? It is a genuine pleasure to partake of an evening with Martin, he is warmly welcoming, genuinely humble, and very entertaining.
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A date for your diaries, if you live this way of the world?
|Author:||Susie [ Fri Jul 18, 2008 2:04 am ]|
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