Martin Kerr (Canada)


Live Review from Macau Underground One:
A solo singer/song writer from Canada, started the Underground with his soft and easy listening set of songs, apart from his original pieces, he also played covers of some famous UK bands such as Radiohead, Coldplay and Beatles, and he did a good job in adapting them into his own style of singing and guitar.
Martin has been traveling the world with his CD as to make a living for himself, during the show, his Putonghua really impressed the audience as he had spent quite a long time in China already.
Beijing based Scottish-Canadian Martin Kerr open the show, bringing his positive musical message to Macau. Using a simple man-and-guitar set up and mixing influences such as “yellow”- era Coldplay and Radiohead, Martin Kerr wowed the mostly-youthful audience, especially the many drooling women. The acoustic dreadnaught opened the show on a positive message and ended his set singing out that he didn’t want to be cynical anymore and giving a bow to local talent, or as he put it “undiscovered geniuses”.
Jeremy Phillips

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