I’m super excited to announce I’ll be opening some shows for Courtney Marie Andrews in the UK in December, as well as doing a few solo shows of my own. Details will be updated as we get them in, but for now here’s the guts of it:
On SEPTEMBER 27th Anna Tivel and I, with the amazing Jason McCue to open, will be playing a show at Seattle’s FREMONT ABBEY. Tickets are on sale now and cheaper if you buy them early.
BUY TICKETS HERE ———-> https://9-27-18jeffreymartin.eventbrite.com/ <—————
I just wrapped up a week of shows in Ireland opening for the great Mick Flannery, and tomorrow kicks off the European leg of this tour with Anna Tivel. Here's the run down.
Had a killer time playing for the students and faculty at Pagosa Springs High School. Big thanks to Bob Hemenger for inviting Anna and I to come down.
COLORADO TOUR STARTS NOW! 4.13 - 4.21 Can't wait.
After a good breather at home, the tour machine is revved and ready, and kicks off with an inland Northwest tour with my good buddy Taylor Kingman. Few songwriters can cut straight to the bone like Taylor does. He can break your heart and mend it again in 3 short minutes.
We're teaming up with Marshall McLean and the Holy Rollers at the Bartlett in Spokane 2/3
And Craig Marker, a great songwriter out of Seattle, at the FREMONT ABBEY in Seattle 2/9
Here's the tour schedule, full details on shows page, see you out there :
Bunches of new shows announced, and many more on the way for the spring and summer. First off, I'm sharing a tour with good buddy and hellofa songwriter Taylor Kingman, Feb 2nd through the 11th. We'll be hitting WASHINGTON, MONTANA, IDAHO, and OREGON. Near the end of that tour we hit Seattle to play a show with local musician Craig Marker at the FREMONT ABBEY.
Tickets just went on sale! CLICK HERE TO GET 'EM . Feb 9/Fremont Abbey
A young photographer based out of Seattle contacted me a while ago asking if he could tag along on a tour I am sharing with Bart Budwig for a few weeks. His name is Matthew Kennelly. I took a look at some of his work and instantly said yes. He has an uncanny eye for capturing people in a way that is profoundly affecting--- he somehow gets their stories, their movement, their faults and glories all crammed into a single shot. And I'm honored to have him on the road with us. At just 22 he has the understated grace of a seasoned photographer, hanging back, unnoticed, getting all the real shots without disrupting the scene. I'll be highlighting some of his work here over the next few days. Right now, you can find a collection of his work at:
HERE IS SOME OF HIS WORK. AMAZING.