The Kitchen Garden Café - Café Shop Deli Birmingham
The Kitchen Garden Café - Café Shop Deli Birmingham
The Kitchen Garden Café - Café Shop Deli Birmingham The Kitchen Garden Café - Café Shop Deli Birmingham
The Kitchen Garden Café - Café Shop Deli Birmingham
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Mon 26th June

Christina Martin

8pm (Doors 7.30pm)

Christina Martin has reached that point on her fifth album, It’ll Be Alright, a 10-song collection that finds the Halifax-based singer-songwriter attaining what her music has always suggested, a place where the ghosts of her musical heroes freely mingle with pop-rock’s modern architects.The album’s brilliance is its seamless blend of the past and present. The bridge between them is Martin’s voice, an instrument both haunting and immediate, traits that could also best describe It’ll Be Alright’s lyrical content. To say the album is Martin’s most accomplished effort to date is stating the obvious; what is remarkable is how her maturity has translated into her most accessible album to date as well. A powerful album, a killer band, and an unforgettable live experience – for Christina Martin, things are shaping up to be a lot more than alright. "Feels like I'm listening to Stevie Nicks filtered through the modern production and energy of an indie guitar toting powerhouse band like Phoenix or Spoon." Rich Aucoin

Tickets: £8 adv/£10 door

Tickets available from the Cafe or www.wegottickets.com

 


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