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We Won! New England Music Awards Songwriter of the Year!

12987145_505248356343587_5294003989753199345_nWow! What an amazing time we had at the New England Music Awards. And what an incredible honor to come home with the Songwriter of the Year award. Thank you so much to everyone who voted, listened, shared the new album and came to the ceremony.

Next Up! We hit the road! #BuiltForSpeed Tour
hits the midwest and east coast in May!
See you at one of the shows!

Apr 29 | Luthiers Coop, Easthampton MA
Apr 30Meriden Daffodil Festival
May 5Dirt Floor Studio w/ Christopher Paul Stelling
May 7Firehouse 13, Providence RI w/ The Silks & Dead L.A.
May 8Atwoods Tavern, Cambridge MA w/ Gill Landry
May 9Fergie’s, Philadelphia PA
May 10Howler’s, Pittsburgh PA
May 11Al’s Bar, Lexington KY
May 12Altamont Brewing, Asheville NC
May 13Rockin’ Hard Saloon, Myrtle Beach SC
May 14The Atlantic, Gainesville FL
May 15Rain Dogs, Jacksonville FL
May 17Lulu’s, Bay Saint Louis MS
May 18Balcony Music Club, New Orleans LA
May 19 | Yellowhammer, Huntsville AL
May 20The Country, Nashville TN
May 21The Post East, Nashville TN
May 22Preservation Pub, Knoxville TN
May 24New Vintage, Louisville KY
May 25World Cafe Live, Wilmington DE
May 26Oasis Pub, New London CT w/ Silverteeth

Charleston City Paper review of Frost & upcoming Dates!!

TORCH FOLK | Daphne Lee Martin
Daphne Lee Martin’s coquettish coo swoons over perky blues and cocktail jazz with a post-modern flair. While her sound is undoubtedly nostalgic, her latest LP Frost is not bound by tradition. Martin deploys plenty of contemporary elements, from the theremin in the mournful “Five Points” (before it turns into a trip-funk dance-floor banger for its final two minutes) to the noisy blues lead that opens the swinging “More Flies With Honey,” not to mention the arsenal of subtle electronic textures she employs throughout the record. As a whole, Frost is a playfully impertinent eight-song collection that sweats glammy indulgence, with Martin genre-hopping without losing her smoky torch-like bearing. She’s reminiscent of folk-tronic-loving Beth Orton in how she retains many traditional trappings without being mired in them. Frost follows last year’s earthier, thematically linked Moxie. That album, which was fueled in part by a Kickstarter campaign, was accompanied by a photographic art book developed by Martin and artist Pola Esther featuring women throughout history who have struggled to embrace their sexuality and self-expression. —Chris Parker

Don’t forget, there is a string of great full band shows coming up! Visit the SHOWS page for details…
April 3rd | Pianos Showroom (Ludlow Street NYC) 

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Badassery ensues with the Frost CD release party in New York, special guests: Lindsey Mills, Isaac Young Quartet, and Underwater Country Club.

April 4th | 33 Golden Street (New London)

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Joining us from Huntsville, AL, the amazing Amy McCarley and Andrew Sovine as well as our good pals form Newport RI, the Smokey Barrel Band! This will be a big show with all kinds of special guests, my 8th anniversary, and general homecoming madness!


April 5th | Cafe Nine (State Street New Haven)
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Also with Amy McCarley as well as New Haven’s indie darlings (and our labelmates) Elison Jackson. This is one of our favorite venues of all time and we can’t wait to share the new album here!

April 11th | Johnny D’s (Somerville MA)
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We’ve been hoping to swing a show at Johnny D’s for a while now and it’s finally here! It’s a free show too, starting at 10pm. Can’t wait to knock that off the ole bucket list with all you gorgeous Bostonese!

April 12th | Jimmy’s Saloon (Newport RI)
April 19th | Record Store Day (Telegraph NL CT)
April 26th | Acoustic Cafe (Bridgeport CT)
and many more coming!!!