Stourbridge date for the ‘Welsh Springsteen’.
Highly-regarded singer-songwriter Martyn Joseph will be performing at Katie Fitzgerald’s, Stourbridge on Thursday 27th August.
A mesmerising live performer, Martyn was awarded Best Male Artist at the 2004 BBC Welsh Music Awards and in 2012 his song There’s Always Maybe won the best folk song category in the World Independent Music Awards. In addition to his five top 50 UK hits, the importance of his work has been recognised by programmes such as BBC 2’s prime time series on Singer/Songwriters. Social justice has an essential presence throughout his music, which has been recognised with various humanitarian awards and plaudits.
Martyn’s latest album, Songs For The Coming Home, his most recent self-penned studio album, is filled with snap shots and images from his personal journey. Upon the release of the album Radio 2’s Bob Harris said “Martyn is one of our most intelligent writers. He gets better and better.”
Tickets are £15, tel: 01384 485238 or from www.wegottickets.com/event/312269