Interviews, etc.

  • Martyn Joseph at the Me&Thee Mar 31, 2017


    Martyn Joseph has been called a Welsh natural treasure by Mojo magazine but I’d go one step or many steps further and call him an International treasure. Martyn’s music has touched the hearts and souls of countless people all over the globe and his humanitarian work has helped them in very real concrete ways. Martyn and his team from his “Let Yourself Trust” foundation have contributed their time and energy to global charities and have combated injustice with love and compassion. His live shows are vibrant, emotional and inspirational. The Boston Globe refers to his performances as a “profound experience.” I totally agree.

    To learn more about Martyn Joseph, visit his website. Here’s a video of “I Searched for You.”

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  • Kirsten Maxwell at the Me&Thee Mar 24, 2017


    The first thing you notice about Kirsten Maxwell is her voice. Kirsten’s clear, crisp vocals evoke a great deal of warmth and have a way of making the listener believe she’s vulnerable and strong at the same time. She sings in an expressive manner much like Joan Baez and Joni Mitchell. It’s nearly impossible not to make that comparison in fact. Kirsten’s thoughtful songs combined with her vocal prowess and guitar chops are sure to make her name become familiar to music fans all over.

    To learn more about Kirsten Maxwell, visit her website. Here’s a video of Kirsten singing “Fading to Grey” which was written by Kirsten, Matt Nakoa and Neale Eckstein.

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  • Ellis Paul at the Me&Thee Mar 17, 2017


    Ellis Paul is currently on tour celebrating 25 years of being a touring singer-songwriter. He’s played a lot of bars, coffeehouses, clubs, concert halls, and festivals. His music is as relevant as ever and his audiences cherish his songs and his honest delivery. Experiencing an Ellis Paul show is like having a conversation with a friend — catching up on where he’s been and learning about what’s been rattling around in his head and heart. His words and music are nothing less than eloquent.

    To learn more about Ellis Paul, visit his website. Here’s a video of Ellis singing his song “Rose Tattoo.”

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  • Alice Howe at the Me&Thee Mar 10, 2017


    Alice Howe’s clear, vibrant voice is both brand new and old and familiar at the same time. It’s exhilarating to hear her music because it becomes instantly memorable in a strange but comfortable way. Try listening to a song or two of hers and you’ll be humming and singing them all day long. Alice’s sound is reminiscent of the late great Kate Wolf. The songs on her newest EP, You’ve Been Away So Long, are hauntingly beautiful and that voice — that voice is a treasure!

    To learn more about Alice, visit her website. Here’s a video of Alice singing “Nothing But You.”

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  • Liz Longley at the Me&Thee Mar 3, 2017


    I absolutely love what Liz Longley says below about her relationship with her fans. Liz is in it for the long run and so are her fans. She’s been able to connect and relate to those who love her music and the love keeps on growing. She’s not a flash in the pan or today’s “next great singer-songwriter.” She’s been recording music since her college days at Berklee and has been slowly acquiring experience and adding many more people with open hearts and ears to her posse. Since moving to Nashville, Liz has also been adding more music experience and connections and it’s a delight to see her continue to grow as an artist.

    To learn more about Liz, visit her website. Here’s a video of Liz singing “Outta My Head.”

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