Martyn Joseph is a performer like no other: Shades of Springsteen, John Mayer, Bruce Cockburn and Dave Matthews there may be - but he stands in his own right, built on a reputation for giving what thousands have described as the best live music experience of their lives delivering his "songs of lyrical intelligence" according to BBC Radio 2's Bob Harris.

December 30, 2004 9:06 am

Tour dates 2004

January 2004

Jan 13 Port Dover, ON Lighthouse Festival Theatre
Jan 14 Toronto Hugh’s Room
Jan 15 Guelph Guelph Youth Music Center
Jan 16 Winnipeg, MB West End Cultural Centre

Jan 17 Calgary, AB Ironwood Stage
Jan 18 Banff Margaret Greenham Theatre
Jan 20 St. Albert, Edmonton, Arden Theatre
Jan 21 Red Deer, Alberta, The Vat
Jan 23 Calgary Dalhousie Community Centre
Jan 24 Prince George, BC UNBC Canfor Theatre
Jan 25 Vancouver Capilano College Theatre
Jan 26 Victoria, BC, Gibson Auditorium
Jan 27 Comox, BC, The Edge Pub

February 2004

UK Dates with Steve Knightley

Feb 5 Stroud Subscription Rooms
Feb 6 Ludlow Assembly Rooms
Feb 7 Spalding South Holland Centre
Feb 8 Norwich Madder Market Theatre
Feb 12 East Grinstead Chequermead Theatre
Feb 13 Lichfield Garrick
Feb 14 Worcester Huntingdon Hall
Feb 15 Swansea, Grand Theatre
Feb 19 Milton Keynes The Stables
Feb 20 Bridport Arts Centre
Feb 21 Lyme Regis Marine Theatre
Feb 22 Bristol QEH Theatre
Feb 25 The Chapel Pottery, Port Isaac
Feb 26 Tavistock The Wharf
Feb 27 TopshamThe Globe
Feb 28 Worksop Regal Centre
Feb 29 Solihull Arts Complex

March 2004

6 Mar LONDON Riverside Studios – Faith Folk and Anarchy with Tom Robinson and Steve Knightley

9 Mar Exeter Phoenix Arts Centre
10 Mar Romford (YMCA Conference)
11 Mar Cranleigh Arts Centre
12 Mar Harrow Harrow Baptist Church
13 Mar Putney, Halfmoon
17 Mar Marlborough Town Hall
18 Mar Cardiff Norwegian Church Arts Centre
19 Mar Cardiff Norwegian Church Arts Centre
20 Mar Cardiff Norwegian Church Arts Centre
21 Mar Yeovil, East Coker Village Hall
24 Mar Belfast Derryvolgie Hall,
25 Mar Birmingham St Martin in the Bull Ring
26 Mar Lancaster University, Chaplaincy Centre
27 Mar Edinburgh Acoustic Café
28 Mar Leyland, Worden Arts Centre
31 Mar Newcastle, Buddle Arts Centre,

April  2004
09 Apr Bryn Athyn, PA Mitchell Performing Arts Centre
10 Apr Vienna, VA, The Barns of Wolftrap
13 Apr Unity, ME, Unity Centre for Performing Arts
15 Apr Ridgefield, CT, Temple Shearith Israel,
16 Apr Cambridge, MA, Club Passim
17 Apr Northampton, MA, Iron Horse Music Hall,
18 Apr Media, PA, Concerts@SixthSt,
22 Apr Santa Cruz, Ca Cayuga Vault
23 Apr Berkeley, Ca, Freight and Salvage
24 Apr Santa Rosa, CA, Santa Rosa House Concerts
25 Apr Anaheim, CA Anaheim Downtown Community Centre
27 Apr St Paul, MN, Ginkgo Coffeehouse,
28 Apr Cedar Rapids, IA, CSPS, Legion Arts,
29 Apr Madison, WI, The Wil-Mar Center,
30 Apr Chicago, IL, Schuba’s

May 2004

1 May Ann Arbor The Ark

7 May Haren, Belgium Toogenblik,
8 May Labadoux festival Ingelmunster Belgium
8 May Oudenaerde, Belgium  De Boerderery

20 May Bedford, The Ent Shed
21 May 20 Years On: Remembering the Great Miners’ Strike of 1984-85,
Blackwood Miners Institute:
26 May Oxford, The Zodiac
30 May Cardiff, The Coal Exchange
in support of WARCHILD

June 2004

Martyn will be opening for Suzanne Vega on the following dates

8 June, Belfast, Waterfront
9 June, Dublin Village
10 June, Cork Opera House
16 June, Holland, Rotterdam Nighttown Main Hall
17 June, Holland, Groningen Oosterpoort Small Hall – 8:30pm
18 June, Holland, Amsterdam Paradiso
22 June, Scotland, Lemon Tree, Aberdeen
23 June, Scotland, Liquid Room, Edinburgh
24 June, Scotland, Carling Academy, Glasgow
25 June, Warwick University
28 June, Oxford New Theatre
29 June, Cardiff St Davids Hall
30 June, Stoke Victoria Hall

11 June, Frazerburgh, Scotland,
12 June, Scotland, Comrie, Perthshire,

Canada Summer 2004

July 9-11 Winnipeg Folk Festival
July 16-18 Vancouver Folk Festival
July 22-25 Calgary Folk Festival
August 6 Edmonton Folk Festival
August 13-14 Prince George Folkfest,

Summer 2004

August 27 Southsea Folk And Roots Festival,
August 28–30 Greenbelt Festival,


4 Sept, Christ Church and Upton, London – Faithworks invites you to celebrate the launch of Steve Chalke’s new book, ‘Trust – a radical manifesto’ and the launch of the Faithworks ‘Building Trust’ Campaign

8 Sept, Bridport Arts Centre with Steve Knightley (postponed show from March tour)

16 Sept, Hugh’s Room, Toronto ON,
17 Sept, Brantford Folk Club, Brantford, ON
18 Sept, Live at the Schoolhouse, Peterborough, ON
19 Sept, Black Sheep Inn, Wakefield, PQ,
20 Sept, Billy Bob Productions, Club One, Montreal, QC,
23 Sept, Acoustic Celebration, Temple Shearith Israel, Ridgefield CT,
25 Sept, Pawtucket Arts Festival, Stone Soup Folk Festival, Pawtaucket RI,
26 Sept, The Point, Bryn Mawr, PA,
28 Sept, Vienna, VA, Jammin Java,
30 Sept, Schuler Books, Grand Rapids, MI,

October 2004

1 Oct, Milwaukee Irish Festival, Irish Fest Center, Milwaukee WI,
2 Oct, Cafe Carpe, Ft. Atkinson WI,

3 Oct, Cedar Cultural Center, Minneapolis MN

22 Oct, Norwich Arts Centre,
23 Oct, Music Port Festival Whitby


3 POOLE Mr Kyps,
4 OXFORD The Zodiac,
9/10 LONDON Bush Hall,
11 MANCHESTER (Sale) Waterside Arts Centre,
12 SWANSEA The Grand,
16 DUBLIN Whelans, support from Duke Special,
18 BELFAST The Errigle,
19 and 20 MILTON KEYNES 
The Stables,
24 LEEDS New Roscoe, W
25 GLASGOW The Cottier Theatre,
26 FRASERBURGH, Dalrymple Hall
27 BUDDLE Arts Centre, Wallsend on Tyneside,
28 BARTON ON HUMBER The Carnival,


1/2 BIRMINGHAM Mac Arts Centre
3 WORKSOP Regal Centre
5 MAIDSTONE Soul Café,
9 READING Delicatessen,
10 BURGES HILL Martletts Hall,
16 N. ESSEX High Barn, Great Bardfield,
17 WORCESTER Huntingdon Hall
18 BUCKINGHAM The Radcliffe Centre

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