Award wining writer and performer, Martin draws from the deep well of American roots music to span the past and present with timeless stories and songs.
"Frank Martin, a really fine songwriter, is also a sly and subtle slide guitar player with a real understanding of American roots music — he makes me smile." –Kenny Edwards / www.kennyedwards.com
“Frank Martin is a rarity. Dexterous as a player, writer and singer, he is thoughtful and skilled in his approach and passionate in his delivery. He is a unique, first-class musical personality.” –Tom Kimmel / www.tomkimmel.com
Cajun country. Lyrics about building the railroads, hence the title Sixteen Tons - not the same song as the working mans lament classic as sung by Tennessee Ernie Ford and others. Also works for truck drivers or any scene, storyline or ad calling for an upbeat, aggressive country feel. Male Vocals, Country, Country Two-Step
Country waltz recalling the images and sound of West Texas and classic western swing - male vocal and female harmony, full band with fiddle, steel and electric guitar. Male Vocals, Country, Country Traditional