Welcome to the website for music artist Kay Martin - 

             California-based vocalist now performing in Europe~

Listen to my groundbreaking (& award-winning) World/Jazz Brazilian/Samba reggae music below, & read about it on this site—and let me know~

I hope you like it!

'My Man' and 'If These Walls Could Speak' are 10s on a scale of 10 ”

— Dick La Palm

My Man

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My Man — by M. Yvain, A. Willemetz, J. Charles, C. Pollack

The Axe rhythms move from reggae to "the streets of New Orleans"

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Songs from the Times of Covid—music worked on remotely during Covid--Recordings by Fefe Lee, and other good stuff Sung live! Takin it to the Streets~

Aug15

Come just for the hour of the concert, 11-12, or before or stay after to enjoy the beach. The southmost (Samo) big beach parking lot is right there. Or! The gentleman who oversees the Wells Fargo lot told me, "Well I'm the only one who can tow cars, and I'm not towing any on a Sunday" :-) So park in the Wells Fargo lot, Barnard/Pier at Ocean, and walk towards the beach. Bring a chair or mat~ ~ Keep distancing please! Six ft. between parties. It's a pretty big area—lots of room, grassy park & beach. Masks highly recommended. In the interest of full disclosure, though, I have to say: I will not be wearing a mask. So you should stay way back away from me!!—!! Really, I am totally planning to be there, to perform for you, for people, & keeping everybody safe. Would love to see you there! This "concert" is my Songs From the Year (s) of Covid music, that I've been working on that whole time, and now I'm performing it and more in my New Real Music Career! — Takin It to the Streets!!

Wandering Minstrel 

Please forgive me for not better chronicling this astounding European exploration. My last blog left off back in the states, when I was about to do my first street concert—really a concert in the park, by the beach—and I did two, one in August and September.  They were lovely—such a setting!  People seemed to enjoy: many people stopped to listen for a song or two, or to the end.

I missed live musicians, but the sound was very good~ singing to recorded sound came off much better than I expected. Thanks to…

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