Christina Martin embarks on spring tour in support of Sleeping With a Stranger

(Halifax, NS) – Christina Martin tours across Canada this spring in support of her album, Sleeping With a Stranger. The album recently won the 2012 Music Nova Scotia Award for Female Artist Recording of the Year. Martin’s single, “Falling For You, has been steadily charting on CBC Radio 2’s Top 20. Tour dates are as follows:
April 17 – Montreal, PQ – Upstairs Jazz
April 18 – Quebec, QC – Pub Ste. Alexandre
April 19 – Ottawa, ON – Irene’s Pub
April 23 – Toronto, ON – Cameron House
April 28 – Winnipeg, MB – Sunset Saloon
April 29 – Regina, SK – The Artful Dodger
April 30 – Saskatoon, SK – Village Guitar
May 1 – Edmonton, AB – The Haven Social Club
May 2 – Calgary, AB – The Lantern Community Church
May 4 – Kelowna, BC – The Streaming Café 
May 9 – Sudbury, ON – Fromagerie Elgin
May 25 – Hamilton, ON – The Pearl Company
“It’s one of those rare albums where you have to listen to it all in one sitting. Like a good book that’s hard to put down, this ‘Sleeping With A Stranger’ tickles the ears and within three bars you’re completely hooked.” – Americana UK
Christina Martin‘s music achieves an effortless union between alt-country and rock with pop-sensibility. This award-winning artist has been attracting roots/rock listeners across North America and Europe for nearly a decade. She has released five albums on her independent Canadian label Come Undone Records. Having opened for Wilco while living in Austin TX, she returned to the Canadian East Coast to dig her heels into the music business and formed an independent music label to manage her relentless touring and recording schedule.
Sleeping With A Stranger features tweleve original songs and Martin coming of age both lyrically and musically. In 2012, Christina also completed an artist in residency with Geriatric Medicine Research (GMR) at Dalhousie University and The Canadian Dementia Knowledge Translation Network (CDKTN). She recently returned home to East Coast Canada after touring her acclaimed album with husband/producer Dale Murray in Canada Germany and Netherlands.
“This is a singer-songwriter who observes, feels, does not judge, and relays what she finds – “not good at keeping secrets,” she even admits. With a voice high, strong and bittersweet, the affecting Nova Scotian sings of search, vulnerability and the concept of home.”
– The Globe and Mail
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