8:30 pm20:30

Manhattan, NY - With Jean Rohe and Anna Tivel

  • Postcrypt Coffeehouse (Columbia U.)

Postcrypt Coffeehouse

W 116th St

New York, NY

Postcrypt Coffeehouse is an all-acoustic music venue in the basement of St. Paul's Chapel at Columbia University in New York City, run completely by students.


With Jean Rohe, Anna Tivel, and Jeffrey Martin

9:00 pm21:00

Eugene, OR - with Bart Budwig!

  • Sam Bonds Garage (Whitaker)

 Jeffrey Martin and Bart Budwig wrap up a shared tour with a special Eugene show at Sam Bonds.  For a cool $5 you can get a seat to one of the best songwriter shows you're likely to ever see.  If you like a little country twang, a little bit of old Townes and Dylan, if you like to wiggle your feet AND scratch your beard--- this is the show for you.  

8:00 pm20:00

Willamina, OR - with Bart Budwig (Special St. Patty's Day Show)

  • Wildwood Hotel

Come join Jeffrey Martin and Bart Budwig at the best Hotel/Bar in Oregon---  Wildwood Hotel in Willamina.   Martin and Budwig may or may not be dressed in green, and they may or may not be drinking way too much green beer, and they may or may not be using terrible Irish accents all night.  

7:00 pm19:00

Long Beach, WA - with Anna Tivel

  • Adrift Hotel

Come stay at the Adrift Hotel in Long Beach, WA Dec 27 - 29th, and catch Jeffrey Martin and Anna Tivel performing nightly at the Pickled Fish.  

7:30 pm19:30

Eugene, OR - Egan Warming Center Benefit Show

  • Tsunami Books

If you find yourself in the Eugene area on December 9th, I hope you'll join me and many other songwriters at Tsunami Books (on Willamette St.) for the annual benefit concert to raise money for the Egan Warming Center.  All donations go directly to the good folks who run the Egan Warming centers every winter so that people who call the street their temporary homes this winter will have a warm, safe place to escape the worst of the winter weather.  

 "The Egan Warming Center was started by a coalition of community members representing service providers, nonprofits, faith and social activist communities and local governments that came together in 2008 to ensure that homeless people would have shelter during extreme cold weather. It was named in honor of Major Thomas Egan, a Eugene resident who froze to death during a cold spell in 2008."

Egan Warming Center Benefit Show at TSUNAMI BOOKS in Eugene

December 9th, 7:30 - 10:30

$5 - $20 suggested donation (ALL $$$ goes directly to Egan Warming Center)  

There will be snacks and hot drinks as well.