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Dom Martin’s Spring Solo Tour

Multi award-winning Belfast artist Dom Martin kicks off his Spring 2023 Solo Acoustic UK Tour on Tuesday 14th March and will include dates that will take him the length and breadth of Great Britain.

With five European and UK Blues Awards under his belt since 2019, he is the recipient of the 2022 UK Blues Acoustic Artist of The Year and Best Instrumentalist of the Year and nominated for three awards this year. Martin is one of the most talked about Irish artists in a generation, he’s been likened by many to the legendary Irish guitarist Rory Gallagher.

Following on from a full band tour last year, Martin will perform an intimate acoustic solo show to his fast-growing UK fanbase. 

“I can’t wait to see my UK fans again with my solo show” he commented. “I can never quite believe how quiet they are when I’m playing, it really helps me get right into the moment, it’s an awesome feeling for both me and the audience.”

The 32-year-old musician was brought up in the community driven streets of Northern Ireland and makes no secret of his early struggles with drugs and alcohol, frequently referencing this during his very personal and intimate solo shows. 

You can check out Martin performing ‘Addict’ on acoustic guitar at the Esher Theatre via the video presented here at RAMzine.

Tickets are on sale now by clicking here

Dom Martin’s nominations in this year’s UK Blues Awards are for Blues Vocalist of the Year, Blues Artist of the Year, and Blues Instrumentalist of the Year.

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Paul H Birch
Paul H Birch
RAMzine Senior Writer - Writer of fiction, faction and fact, has edited several newsstand magazines. He declares himself a hack for hire but refuses to compromise on the subject of music.

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