Rebecca Martin

Rebecca Martin is a gifted singer, guitarist, and composer whose sound showcases her nuanced brand of folk, pop, and jazz. A native of Rumford, Maine, Martin began singing around age eight, and by her teens was recording at a local studio. While in college, she studied jazz vocal performance, and began gigging around New York City. In the early '90s, Martin befriended guitarist (and future Norah Jones collaborator), Jesse Harris and formed the jazz-influenced pop outfit Once Blue, which also featured saxophonist Mark Turner, drummer Jeff Ballard, bassist Ben Street, keyboardist Scott Kinsey, and guitarist Kurt Rosenwinkel. They signed to EMI, and in 1995 debuted with Once Blue, featuring the single "Save Me." Despite some initial success, a label restructuring at EMI left the band's sophomore album unreleased, and they eventually broke up.

In 1998, Martin debuted as a solo artist with...

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Rebecca Martin Albums

1 record