WHERE THE GIRLS ARE Last Concert Cafe 1403 Nance Street Join us Sunday, September 14, for an evening of Celebrating Women, Having Fun & Doing Good!! Music with 5:30 Clory Martin 7:00 The Atomic Nightingales 8:00 Dance Performance with The Tribal Lillies 8:30 Myrna Sanders $5.00 Cover with our proceeds benefitting Planned Parenthood.
"Songwriters In the Round" session with Chase Hamblin, Matt Mejia (Come See My Dead Person), and Clory Martin.
Sounds Like: Norah Jones, Feist, Cat Power
Label: (Clory Martin)
Manager: Chinelo Aralu
Bio: Houston singer-songwriter Clory Martin's songs are pleasantly simple, their strength lying primarily in her sincere and sultry vocals-- "a smokier Norah Jones," Houston Press Assistant Music Editor Craig Hlavaty once wrote. She cites her strongest musical influences as: Bob Dylan, Cat Power, Ray ...See Full Bio
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"Originally from Austin, Texas, Clory Martin performed an ardent, folky set. With a voice as passionate and strong as Joplin but smoother than a double-malt whiskey, the singer-songwriter carves her own sound. Accompanied by the smooth Ash “Cash” Davis on bass and Stephen Izrael playing bongo, the threesome rumbled along with the audience, tapping their feet, and meeting eager applause. With decidedly upbeat percussion and bluesy lyrics, tracks like “Silly Little Yes Girl” questions long-held conceptions without sinking into melancholia."