London’s Norma Jean Martine Is One To Watch With “No Gold”

London’s Norma Jean Martine Is One To Watch With “No Gold”

Everybody knows that the United Kingdom is where the music is at these days. It also happens to be the birthplace of a multitude of amazing singers, songwriters, DJ’s and producers, that are making their way to the top of the charts and over to the US. As they say, “it must be something in the water”, or in this case – the tea. Norma Jean Martine is poised to be just one more incredible import from land of Big Ben and Adele, with just one exception; she’s from the US.

Norma Jean Martine No Gold

Just into her twenties, the rousing, blues-rock singer/songwriter who spent her childhood listening to greats like Janis Joplin and Carole King, decided her music needed some outside influences. Born just outside of New York, Norma relocated to Nashville to study at Belmont University, before making the jump to London. Since then, she’s released several preview tracks to Soundcloud, opened for top acts like Tom Odell, James Aruthur and Lissie, along with releasing her debut single, “No Gold”. Reviews of her support are often focused more on the amazing vocal and musical performance of Martine, than the headliners themselves. Rightfully so, you only need to see her perform “No Gold” one time live, to know you’re looking at a star.


Currently moving between Nashville and London, Norma has also been in LA recently working on her upcoming debut LP. You get pieces of Adele, Amy Winehouse, moments of BANKS and skillful sways between blues-rock, soundtrack ready soulful ballads and infectious indie-pop. Everything comes down to where Norma points her vocal compass at that moment.

Now, it’s just a matter of getting her to come back home.

Norma Jean Martine is one to watch and “No Gold” is one to own.

Visit Norma Jean Martine: Official

Photo: © Norma Jean Martine Facebook/YouTube

Video: From ©YouTube user sunnyrohr – ‘Norma Jean Martine live @Kaufleuten Zurich 11.February 2014’

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