Martha Davis And The Motels are playing dates on the East Coast, so there’s no excuse not to see this great band.
The group, comprised of younger as well as more veteran artists, puts on a show with range that gives the audience laughs, good vibes, reminiscences, and new sounds.
Martha’s voice is strong, her performance is passionate and the sound is sincere. When speaking to visitors backstage, she talks about her band members with respect.
It’s clear she cherishes them, in particular her longtime friend Marty Jourard, who’s been with her since the days of LA’s Madame Wong’s in the late 1970s.
Martha Davis and The Motels Tour
Martha’s connections to musicians in the towns where she plays, also makes for some fun special appearances.
At a recent show in Los Angeles, Martha invited Cars keyboardist Greg Hawkes, on stage, where he sat in for some tunes, and brought out the Ukelele for a performance of “Call Me” with Martha and Marty.
But the lady is still the star of the show. She’s looking slim and she’s enjoying herself.
Martha’s voice is unwavering and strong, her performance is passionate, and the sound is sincere. When speaking to visitors backstage, she talks about her bandmembers with respect.
The Motels includes Jourard on sax and piano; Nicholas Johns on keyboards; Brady Wills on bass; Clint Walsh on lead guitar and Eric Gardner on drums. Seeing Martha Davis And The Motels is one of those presents to give yourself that will start the year off on many good notes.
The group plays New York and Connecticut dates through mid-April, then they’re off to Pennsylvania and Massachusetts.
For more information, or for tickets go to Martha Davis And The Motels website.
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