Christina Martin performs February 14th

Enjoy the sexy sound of Christina Martin as she performs February 14th at Oceanstone Seaside Resort. Ticket includes 3 course meal, and features door prizes and product information by Venus Envy.

Seating is limited so order now.

Not to be missed as Christina and Dale take you though a wonderful & sexy evening of fun and love………

This is a wheelchair accessible event (venue & washrooms) and we are pleased to welcome individuals who may require an assistant to be our guest.

At a Glance

Christina Martin is a multi-award winning Canadian singer-songwriter whose style has been described as an effortless union between Americana and Rock.

Following two years of touring across Europe and Canada, Martin returned home briefly in 2016. This was to write her newest album. Lungs Are Burning was the first single from her album Impossible To Hold (Released March 23, 2018). The first single was triggered by the rising Fentanyl drug crisis, with Christina’s lyrics set to music by her and Dale Murray.

Martin captures the desperation of “chasing the dream” and the horror of living it. Murray’s stately production brings that stark reality home with a bite. Martin: “The song is an modest attempt to bring light to the heavy topic of addiction, and reflects my own personal sense of loss, longing and a deep void, and the ache I feel from losing my brother and friends to addiction and mental illness.” For her Canadian tour dates, Christina has partnered with Center for Addiction and Mental Health to increase engagement and awareness.

“Impossible To Hold”

Martin’s sixth and strongest studio album, achieving a perfect balance between organic ambience and impeccable production. “I’m writing about faith and love more than ever with songs like ‘Keep Me Calm’ and ‘Always Reminding’, but I haven’t shaken the need to write about the darker things that are part of our human journey”. Combining good taste, passionate singing and thoughtful lyrics, “Impossible To Hold” is where music and poetry meet. The album won the 2018 Music Nova Scotia Award for Pop Recording of the Year.