Canadian Singer, songwriter and storm-maker Christina Martin returns to Europe in 2022 promoting her new music. She and her guitarist Dale Murray have been invited by the City of Dachau to live as Artist’s in Residence for the duration of their tour. “I’m grateful to have a home-base in Europe while we tour, and it will be wonderful to see old friends, and also make new connections. Being at home during the pandemic has allowed me time to record new music and experiment with online events, but I’m old-fashioned, and missed touring and singing for people in-person.”
Christina Martin is a powerhouse musician, songsmith, and performer hailing from the windswept East Coast of Canada. Her music dances effortlessly through Pop, Rock, Folk and Americana traditions but stays deftly unchained by any one label, refusing to be pigeon-holed and unafraid to dip into stranger waters. From her Austin-inflected 2002 debut Pretty Things, through more rousing rocky climbs such as 2015’s It’ll Be Alright, to the sweeping cinematic dreamscape of 2018’s Impossible to Hold, Martin is an artist who is constantly shifting, and constantly evolving. Through it all runs a backbone of raw honesty about the human condition. Be they personal confessions or narrative tales, each song is lovingly crafted, and hits in the heart like a well-thrown punch. With a brand new album on the way, promising to be more sweeping and orchestral than ever before, Christina Martin is going from strength to strength.