Jeffrey Martin - "One Go Around" (audio) (premiere)

by Jonathan Frahm

3 October 2017

 

If one were to relate the songs of Jeffrey Martin to great literature, they wouldn’t be totally out of bounds. The Portland singer-songwriter gathers most of his inspiration not just from his own reflections on life, but the literary structure employed by some of his favorite authors to develop their stories.

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