Dan Martin bringing his songs to Blue Bonnet


Tulsa singer-songwriter Dan Martin brings his one-man set to Norman


"Okie Albums We Loved in 2015" - Nathan Poppe

Nathan Poppe - NewsOk

Martin's traditional balladeer approach serves his debut well; his voice carries the record with the instrumental performances being quite solid, but only occasionally coming to the forefront of the album's sound. The strength of Martin's voice clearly makes this the correct approach.

Chris Brownsberger - Red Dirt Nation

"So, this week's playlist has a few new songs this year that will be in heavy rotation all throughout fall for me. It includes another from the fabulous album from Tulsa's Dan Martin, Jacob Tovar & the Saddle Tramps, John Moreland, Jason Isbell and more."

Jerry Wofford - Tulsa World

"And because I can't stop listening to it, there's another song from Tulsa's Dan Martin. Seriously, it's such a great album."

Jerry Wofford - Tulsa World

"Also released earlier this month is the new album from Dan Martin, which is a beautiful collection highlighting Martin's clear and striking voice as a folk singer-songwriter."

Jerry Wofford - Tulsa World

"Dan Martin shares trailblazing track "Leave a Trail""

Nathan Poppe - NewsOK

"Father Time by Dan Martin (3:38) -- A true singer/songwriter ballad in the manner that we've come to know, love and expect from Tulsa's incredible roots performers. I love the complexities in the chord variances and the unhurried grace in which the arrangement is presented. As a storyteller, Martin is right up there with the master lyricists of the genre. Though not dusty dominant by any means, Father Time nonetheless carries that timeless, rootsy and road weary sound that just wants to step back and slip into something as comfortable as an old flannel shirt."

Michael Canter - The Jivewired Journal