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Martha Redbone at Voices Cafe in Westport

“Poised to be Americana's next superstar”
VILLAGE VOICE

“This woman is a true original; the kind of artist who sets trends, as opposed to following them.”
BILLBOARD MAGAZINE

Martha Redbone, part Cherokee, Choctaw, and African-American, born in NYC, raised in Brooklyn and Appalachia will be performing songs from her beloved new album “The Garden of Love - Songs of William Blake”.


Tickets ($20) on-line at: http://voicescafe.org/buy-tickets/
Contact David Vita to reserve tickets: [masked] or call[masked] x14


Martha Redbone’s journey back to the source of American music — and to her own heritage — has conjured up an artistic triumph. The “Garden Of Love” poignantly reveals a musician at the top of her game, vocally, intellectually, and spiritually. One not only hears the voice of the Bard, in this case William Blake’s legendary prose arranged and phrased brilliantly, but also the very origins of American music arising from the blend of American Indian, African American, and English folk music traditions. It’s the dawn of a new day for this fascinating artist, and we’re all the beneficiaries of her confident, and yet sensitive, quest.

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  • Dave C.

    Top notch performance

    January 31, 2013

  • David V.

    Check out the article on Martha Redbone in Thursday's GO section of the CT Post or read it online here:

    http://www.ctpost.com/music/article/Singer-s-roots-tribute-blossoms-through-the-words-4175086.php

    There's still space at our table! Over 100 tickets sold as of today!

    January 9, 2013

  • David V.

    Look for the table with a sign on it reserved for the Fairfield Music Meetup. David

    January 7, 2013

  • David V.

    Hi Meetup Folks,
    You're probably new to Voices Cafe so:
    The doors open at 7:30 and the program begins approximately at 8:00. The seating is 8 chairs at round tables. You can bring food/beverage. Desserts and coffee is available for sale at intermission. Children 12 and under are free. See you Saturday.

    January 7, 2013

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