Friday, 13 July 2012

LINK: Martin Stephenson @ Darwen Library Theatre

AT a time when true characters in music appear all too thin on the ground, thank goodness for Martin Stephenson.

In a show as far removed from the over-produced, manufactured, autotuned world of plastic pop as it’s possible to get, Stephenson was the modern day troubadour armed with a trusty guitar, a lifetime of experience and a head full of tunes.

With his denim dungarees, battered leather jacket and cap he could have stepped straight off a box car during the Dustbowl era.

And much of the night had an American theme with Country and Western swing featuring prominently in a 90-minute set.

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Check out the artist page for Martin Stephenson

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