Christina Martin
Christina Martin - It'll Be Alright
Region: Nova Scotia
Genre: Americana, Pop, Pop-Rock, Rock, Roots, Singer-Songwriter

“Always known as one of the area’s best lyricists, with an ability to get right inside the heart of her characters and listeners, Martin has translated that emotion in a bigger rock sound.” – Bob Mersereau, CBC/Author The Top 100 Canadian Albums

“Fans of Petty and Springsteen, this is for you” Voted 9/10 Americana-UK

Experimentation is the lifeblood of any artist. But occasionally they experience moments when everything comes into focus, and suddenly they have opened a door to a limitless creative future.

Christina Martin has reached that point on her fifth album, ‘It’ll Be Alright,’ a 10-song collection that finds the Nova Scotia-based singer-songwriter attaining what her music has always suggested, a place where the ghosts of her musical heroes freely mingle with pop-rock’s modern architects.

MORE PRAISE FOR IT'LL BE ALRIGHT

"[Martin's] fifth album is awash in the same kind of driving guitar riffs, plush production and earnest vocals Springsteen employed during his commercial peak... you'll swear she was raised on E Street." Exclaim!

"This album is a real triumph, and Christina's thoroughly adapted to the new style she's taken on board, creating ten tracks that'll appeal to indie rock and country fans alike." Mentioned Reviews (UK)

"Martin again excels on It'll Be Alright. She digs deep lyrically, and the production values here are high." New Canadian Music

“Rootsy East Coast songstress Christina Martin delivers another winner with her fifth album, It’ll Be Alright.” Kerry Doole, New Canadian Music

AWARDS

2016

East Coast Music Award Winner – Pop Recording of the Year – It'll Be Alright

2014

Music Nova Scotia Award Winner – Inspirational Album of the Year – Remember Me

2012
Music Nova Scotia Award Winner – Female Artist Recording of the Year – Sleeping With A Stranger

2009
ECMA Winner – Pop Recording of the Year – Two Hearts

2008
Music Nova Scotia Award Winner – Female Artist Recording of the Year – Two Hearts

Music Nova Scotia Award Winner – Pop/Rock Recording of the Year – Two Hearts