It'll Be Alright - New Album Launch Party: CHRISTINA MARTIN at Spatz Theatre (Halifax) - Sat Feb 21 2015 at 7:30 pm
Show on Sat Feb 21, 2015 at 8:30 pm
In 2015, multi-award winning Canadian Rock/Pop artist Christina Martin is debuting a new album and an ambitious rock show in Moncton on Thursday, February 19 at The Capitol Theatre, and in Halifax on Saturday, February 21 at The Spatz Theatre.
Ticket holders will have first access to purchase Christina's album IT'LL BE ALRIGHT on CD and Vinyl at the receptions following these two performances.
Martin is taking her show to a new level with her band, presenting new songs and visual elements, while re-visiting her fans and beloved songs such as 'Two Hearts' and CBC Radio2 hit 'Falling For You'. Vibrant melodies and electric guitar driven rhythms will move you amid this electric band and backdrop.
"I've wanted to develop the live production for a long time and experiment with audio and visuals, movement, set designs" says Christina , "with an aim to create special events that build a strong connection between the audience and the music. We also want to represent this album live as accurately as possible, and that means having an incredible band and team supporting this album. I'm stepping out of my comfort zone in doing all of this, but that's the exhilarating part of it."
A great album, a killer band, and an unforgettable live show; it's the trifecta Christina Martin fans have been anticipating for a long time!
Christina Martin is a multi-award winning Canadian singer-songwriter whose style has been described as an effortless union between alt-country and rock with pop sensibility. “With her sexy girl-next-door beauty, vivacious personality, brightly sparkling voice and unerring love of hooky choruses and peppy rhythms, Christina Martin should’ve easily slid into the cool waters of modern pop—if only pop hadn’t become a pimp for our shallowest tastes and sentiments.” (Edmonton’s Vue Weekly Sept 2010).
Born in Florida, raised in Eastern Canada, Martin left University and moved to Austin Texas in the summer of 1999. In the Fall she moved to Salzgitter Germany where she collaborated on a commercial pop project, marking her first experience singing in a professional studio. In May 2000 she returned to Austin to explore performing and song writing. Following her role as supporting vocalist and dancer for the Austin high-energy rock bank Young Heart Attack in 2001, Martin launched her solo career in 2002.
All Ages Welcome / General Admission / No refunds or exchanges / Reception to follow