Entries by rebeccamartin

Singer and Songwriter Rebecca Martin Discusses the Lyrics on TWAIN, Community and Collaborations.

Singer and Songwriter Rebecca Martin Discusses the Lyrics on TWAIN, Community and Collaborations.  Along with release of TWAIN on March 26, Martin looks ahead to performing with her trio TILLERY that features GRETCHEN PARLATO and BECCA STEVENS at the Kennedy Center for the Mary Lou Williams Jazz Festival In May Kingston, NY – “I get […]

TUNE IN! Rebecca Martin to co-moderate WBGO/NPR’s “Live at the Vanguard” with Chris Potter and his Quintet.

“Dear Educators and Students, On behalf of National Public Radio, I’d like to invite you to see Chris Potter with his quintet on WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6 at 9PM. He’ll be featured LIVE on our website performing from the historic Village Vanguard in New York City with pianist Ethan Iverson, bassist Larry Grenadier, drummer Eric Harland, […]

NPR Chooses Jazz Singer and Songwriter Rebecca Martin’s Upcoming Release TWAIN as “One to Look Out For” in 2013.

NPR Chooses Jazz Singer and Songwriter Rebecca Martin’s Upcoming Release TWAIN as “One to Look Out For in 2013”.   Record Release and a live recording scheduled at the Rockwood Music Hall in New York City in March.  In anticipation of the jazz singer and songwriter Rebecca Martin’s upcoming release on Sunnyside Records, NPR’s Patrick Jarenwattananon includes TWAIN […]

NPR: 15 Jazz Albums To Look Out For in 2013

  “Rebecca Martin, Twain: The vocalist Rebecca Martin‘s last album was a collection of standards, recorded only with a saxophonist (Bill McHenry) and a bass player, Larry Grenadier. Think of Twain as a sequel of sorts: It’s a program of mostly originals, backed only by Grenadier, who is also her husband. As a singer, she has a sense of nuance […]

Sunnyside Records will Release Rebecca Martin’s Sixth Solo Album TWAIN on March 26th, 2013

  Singer/Songwriter and Jazz vocalist Rebecca Martin’s new album TWAIN features a dozen new original compositions and one classic interpretation, all performed in understated acoustic arrangements based around Martin’s indelible voice and supple guitar work, and the subtly inventive support of her husband and longtime collaborator, acclaimed bassist Larry Grenadier. Martin reflects “My records over […]

TWAIN by Rebecca Martin coming in 2013

  TWAIN The new album by Rebecca Martin featuring Larry Grenadier on the Sunnyside Record Label Produced by Pete Rende Available Nationwide on Tuesday, March 26th, 2013 To be serviced or for any press inquires contact Patrice Fehlen at September Gurl PR 718/768-3859 patrice@septembergurl.com

Rebecca Martin’s Collaborative Group “TILLERY” with Gretchen Parlato and Becca Stevens Host Master Class Series in Boston, MA. in December, 2012.

Follow this LINK to sign-up for the Tillery Master Class Series in Boston, MA.  TILLERY, a group that features a collaboration between Rebecca Martin, Gretchen Parlato and Becca Stevens, has organized an entire weekend of master classes in the financial district of Boston, Massachusetts on Saturday, December 1st and Sunday, December 2nd, 2012. Participants will have the […]

Acclaimed Duo Rebecca Martin and Larry Grenadier to Perform at the Jazz Gallery in NYC and Jazz at the Atlas in Washington, DC in November. 


 


Singer Rebecca Martin and bassist Larry Grenadier will perform at the Jazz Gallery in New York City on November 6th, 2012 (their last in a residency series) and then at Jazz at the Atlas in Washington DC (in The Paul Sprenger Theatre) on Wednesday, November 7th 2012. The duo, whose recently recorded album Twain will be released in March, 2013 on Sunnyside Records will […]

“Rebecca” (A Poem by Frank Tedesso)

  Through the open window of the stars unknown winds blow in. Songs dwell, incomprehensible, in the rude and beautiful language of your need. Irresistible words scatter themselves all around you. Your sweet rough trouble contacts me, amazes me. The elements of your character: Birds, winter, bare trees, a branch for me to sit in, and light, so much light. Aching, shuddering light. […]