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October 11, 2012

NPR’s Robert Siegel talks with Martha Redbone about her William Blake inspired roots album

Martha Redbone front cover pic

 “a delightful surprise….Terrific album.” Robert Siegel, All Things Considered

Tune into All Things Considered on NPR.org to listen to Robert Siegel’s interview with Martha Redbone. Redbone discusses her roots and collaboration with songwriting partners Aaron Whitby and Grammy Award winner John McEuen on this gorgeous album of Appalachian folk songs set to the poetry of William Blake, giant of the Romantic era. The Martha Redbone Roots Project, The Garden of Love, Songs of William Blake is being met with international love and acclaim.  As Vernon Reid praised, Martha Redbone interpreted the “hauntingly lovely words of William Blake with the power of a storm & the gentleness of a breeze.”
Stream or purchase album herehttp://martharedbonerootsproject.bandcamp.com/
To request music, or an interview with Martha Redbone and/or John McEuen, please contact Bernadette Quigley [mailto:quigdette@yahoo.com] at Quigley Media/917-414-9765.
For booking requests, contact: Aaron Whitby, email: redbonelive@martharedboneroots.com
PHOTO CREDIT: Fabrice Trombert
More information: http://www.martharedbone.com