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Christina Martin-CD-Impossible To Hold, Review
ECMA 2019 Noninated for: Fans Choice Video & Video
By John Gavin, Sunday, March 31, 2019


Christina Martin, Award Winning Canadian Singer/Songwriter and Entertainer recently released her 6th album entitled, Impossible to Hold.

Her previous album in 2015, It'll Be Alright, received accolades in UK, Europe and Canada. The album received 4 out of 5 nominations at Music Nova Scotia including and an ECMA for Pop Recording of the Year and her single, You Ran From Me was voted #14 most Canadian songs of 2015.

This new album is an exciting release displaying the successful merging of pop-rock, Americana influences, and serious story telling says Maverick Magazine (UK).

Christina's new album, Impossible To Hold, contains 10 new songs and the tiles are:

Impossible To Hold-Always Reminding-Deep Dark Red-Keep Me Calm-Foreign-Winter-Lungs Are Burning-Noise and Toys-Lay You Down-Where The Dark Meets The Light.

Musicians on the CD include:

Christina Martin-Dale Murray-Jason Vautour-John Boudreau-Jordan Comstock-Matt Epp.

Production, Engineering, Produced and Mixing was Dale Murray. Christina wrote 7 of the songs and she co-wrote 2 with Dale Murray and 1 with Matt Epp.

What a breath of fresh air with wonderful writing and Christina tops it all with her outstanding singing! This CD will be a winner all the way and we can for see many award nominations with awards as well, says Atlantic Seabreeze. A five star rating out of 5 stars for the album.

To coincide with the release of this Album, Christina is on a current 20 tour date to NS, PEI, NB. Ont., Quebec, Alberta and BC. She also released a video , song from the album entitled, Impossible to Hold, which is title of the album with filmmaker, Jason Levangle.

Christina has partnered with the Center for Addiction and Mental Health to promote the work of Canada's largest mental health and addiction teaching hospital. Christina lost a brother to an overdose in 2013 and is fitting to support such a cause.

To get more information regarding Christina and her music, refer to her website. address posted above.