RIP John Martyn

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RIP John Martyn

Postby Bournio » Fri Jan 30, 2009 8:26 am

Ok more of a folk singer in his early days, but still, I think it's worth mentioning that my favourite singer's died.
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Re: RIP John Martyn

Postby DonnyK » Thu Oct 28, 2010 6:37 pm

Bournio wrote:Ok more of a folk singer in his early days, but still, I think it's worth mentioning that my favourite singer's died.


I'm bored and at work and so reading through old forum posts/threads.

I absolutely love(d) John Martyn, saw him live a load of times, was lucky to see his Sunshine boys tour in 2000 with Danny Thompson where he played all his old greats.

I didn't like too much after his acoustic work though, I must admit
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