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Harvey's Kitchen: Martha Bassett

10 Comments 13 Nov, 2008

Martha Bassett together with Bassist Pat Lawrence play Leave Me Behind , a signature track from her upcoming album with working titles, Shake, or, Whisper.  She is also due to release another album, Moonshine and Starlight sometime soon.

Her current tour schedule boggles the mind with bookings in Michigan, Illinois, Ohio, North Carolina and South Carolina within a span of a few days.

I’m sure we’ll be hearing a lot more about Martha in 2009.

(Let’s hope we get to see her at the next Merlefest)

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Harvey K. Robinson is the cinematographer, editor, and director at Monkeywhale Productions. Originally from Derby, England he now resides in Greensboro, NC where he began a web series documenting musicians and artists from all over the country. Recipient of the 2009 HearNC "Marks, Stern and Thomas Award," winner of the 2010 48 Hour Film Festival Greensboro, and Betty Cone Medal of the Arts Nominee for 2011, his work has appeared as featured videos on Paste Magazine, E!News, and Aol spinner. Harvey’s commercial work has garnered 2 silver Addy awards in the past 2 years. With a background in Directing at NC School of the Arts and many years spent as a professional actor, Harvey brings a multi-disciplinary approach to each new creative endeavor whether it be a short film, music video, documentary, or commercial.
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  1. niiiiice! i like when she says she’s camera shy.

  2. Great interview! Love their music and smiles. Can’t wait to see Martha and Patrick when they come to Michigan.

  3. Had the pleasure of doing some recording while they were working on a new album in the spot studio. More beautiful music coming soon.

  4. I just discovered Martha! I bought a CD of Favorite Hymns at Shopko and heard her songs I Will Arise and How Tedious And Tasteless; I INSTANTLY WANTED TO HEAR MORE OF HER SOUND! I got Online and WOW!!!! I feel God led me to the discovery of her. I want to purchase some of HER OWN CD’s now! Thank you, Martha for sounding so wonderful to my soul. (I’m a mother with four daughters and a grandma with two grandsons!)

  5. once upon a time, in brevard, nc…jeff sipe was playing a snare drum with twigs because there were no drumsticks and martha was singing. it was a sunday morning, she sung gospel tunes, and we had a clear view of the mountains from the front porch. it was magical.

 

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