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Martin Smith

Martin Smith

Martin Smith


There are 3 artists on Last.fm with this name: (1) Martin Smith is an English singer, songwriter and guitarist. He fronts the Christian rock band Delirious? and has contributed to numerous other artists' works, such as Michael W. Smith and Matt Redman. Alternatively... (2) Martin Smith is a British-born jazz vocalist, guitarist and songwriter. A unique vocal talent, Martin has the cool, smooth delivery of old-school jazz crooners but also the emotional power and a contemporary edge developed in his time singing blues Read more on Last.fm
There are 3 artists on Last.fm with this name: (1) Martin Smith is an English singer, songwriter and guitarist. He fronts the Christian rock band Delirious? and has contributed to numerous other artists' works, such as Michael W. Smith and Matt Redman. Alternatively... (2) Martin Smith is a British-born jazz vocalist, guitarist and songwriter. A unique vocal talent, Martin has the cool, smooth delivery of old-school jazz crooners but also the emotional power and a contemporary edge developed in his time singing blues, rock and musical theatre.

He cites the likes of Mel Torme, Mark Murphy and Ella Fitzgerald among his influences. Before turning full-time to Jazz, Martin also used to front SkyHunter - a blues-tinged rock band who's sound encompasses elements of Free, Led Zeppelin, Thin Lizzy, Wishbone Ash etc. SkyHunter can also be found here on Last.fm (3) Martin Smith was a Scottish-born actor/singer/songwriter famous for a number of roles in the West End and a prominent role in the long-running TV Soap Crossroads. In the West End, he played Che in Evita, Jean Valjean in Les Misérables, the Phantom in The Phantom Of The Opera and Stine in City of Angels. He was an accomplished musician, his piano skills were on display in Swell Party - a Cole Porter revue; he also composed scores for several musicals, including King and La Tosca.

He died from complications of AIDS at the age of 37, a year after recording a solo album - Martin Smith: A Handful Of Keys. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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