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Independence, MN
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Portrait of Shane Martin
Shane Martin is one of those rare singer/songwriters that writes and sings straight from the heart about real-life conditions and personal experiences. The Minneapolis native has been performing/writing for over 14 years and continues to perform over 150 shows per year
The singer/songwriter self-released his first solo album in 1998 entitled “Moody Waters” that featured the song “She Could Cry In Heaven” on the television show “The Young and the Restless”.
Shane released “Thread” in 2005 and has shared the stage with bands/artists such as: Peter Frampton, Styx, REO Speedwagon, The Guess Who, and Great White, to name a few.
Recorded in Nashville, Shane’s 2010 release “Rewind” has captured the attention of music critics and music lovers alike. - Regional finalist in 2010 Mountain Stage NewSong Contest. - Named top five “Best vocalist and Song of the Month” in Singer/SongwiterUniverse compitions. – A & R review : “The singer/songwriting style of Shane Martin's "Rewind" disc starts off with the county pop "Somewhere Real" and never lets its foot off the melodic gas pedal. The crossover appeal is obvious here, especially with the poppy "Cover Me" and the cool harmonies of the title track, "Rewind". Overall, a terrific collection of finely crafted songs elegantly recorded by an honest and charming up and coming storyteller.”
 
 
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