An original voice

Martyn Joseph is a singer songwriter with a career spanning 30 years, building up a reputation as a live performer with reviews such ‘One of the acoustic music’s most original voices’, in Q Magazine. His unique style has earned him five top 50 UK hits, 32 albums and over half a million record sales. Martyn strives to make music that is relevant to his audience, with Bob Harris form BBC Radio 2 commenting that it was “stunning and heartfelt music”.

Social justice has also been an essential presence throughout his music, which has been recognised with various humanitarian awards. Last January saw him released his 33rd studio album Here Come the Young, with the title track winning the award for ‘Best Original English Song’ at the 2019 Wales Folk Awards.

His performance will be at Theatre Severn, Shrewsbury on Friday 31 January. Tickets cost £19 and can be bought from the Box Office – call 01743 281281 or visit


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