Les Productions le Moulin présentent/presents
Samantha Martin & Delta Sugar (genre: roots/ gospel/Americana/soul/blues)
(Ce spectacle est l'événement de clôture du Festival Clare-té/This is the closing event of the Festival Clare-té)
le dimanche 9 avril chez Evelina de 19h30 à 21h45/Sunday, April 9 at Evelina’s (Little Brook) from 7:30 to 9:45
Four-time 2016 Maple Blues Award Nominee
-Female Vocalist of the Year
-New Artist or Group of the Year
-Recording Producer of the Year
-Songwriter of the Year
www.samanthamartinmusic.com www.lemoulin.ca (Contact: (902) 769-3288; email@example.com)
Billets/Tickets: 22$ à l’avance/$22 in advance; 25$ à la porte/$25 at the door
En vente/On sale: Saulnierville Pharmacy; Ocean Blue Music (Yarmouth); Weymouth Drugstore
"Take Us Swiftly Home": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=34R4eApuyOM
Visitez notre page Facebook pour regarder d'autres vidéoclips. On vous rappelle que les vidéoclips font rarement honneur aux artistes.
You'll find more videos on our Facebook page but we remind you that videos seldom do justice to artists.
"The likes of her friend Serena Ryder and Janis Joplin come to mind as reference points." -Exclaim! Magazine
"You may not know it yet, but Samantha Martin is a rock star, she'll tear your heart out one note at a time." -Serena Ryder
"Here's a voice that comes along once in a generation, and only on a blue moon...This is a group that just gets it, gets it all." -Bob Mersereau, author of Top 100 Canadian Singles/CBC Fredericton
"This lady owns a full understanding of what 'soul' really means and a world-weary voice with the kind of power and control to get the job done properly." -Scene Magazine
"She is utterly unique...the blood of a past era of music is running through her veins and when she sings she'll stop you dead in your tracks." -Fatea Magazine
“…a force of nature, one of those voices that grabs you by the throat while causing the hairs on the back of your neck to tingle.” –Exclaim Magazine!
“…an artist of extraordinary power, gravitas and deep-seated emotion…one is immediately struck by the awesome presence and sheer magnitude of her otherworldly voice…draws on black gospel and southern soul with a hint of roots, country and sixties pop…” -Rob Bowman, Grammy Award-winning author of Soulsville U.S.A.: The Story of Stax Records
Merci à/Thank you to: Patrimoine Canadian; Arts N.S.; Atlantic Presenters Association