Thanks to Baba Singh for playing my song 'Undiscovered Geniuses' on CKUA this morning. I missed the broadcast but heard that he said some very nice things about me. If you heard it, leave a comment to tell me what he said!
I'll be performing at Edmonton's amazing open-air street market on Aug 9th. This is one of my favourite places to perform, and I always meet new and wonderful people. Join me for some music, fresh food and good company. Free admission, pay what you like for the entertainment. CDs are available for only $10 and I"m happy to autograph them for you.
I really enjoyed this video featuring a woman with a quite eye-catching skin condition. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yBKr4uxXRi0
She says towards the end that she likes to go out in public without makeup, to encourage others by showing that they don’t need to hide their imperfections either.
When I’m going to be on camera, I’m caught between the desire to look my best, and look my realest. Would I rather people notice that I have a zit, or that I’m wearing makeup? Which will make me feel more… Read more
Ever wondered how I make a living? Well, I was recently interviewed by Professor Tim Caulfield, for his upcoming book about the lives of artists. Tim is the Canada Research Chair in Health Policy at the University of Alberta and author of 'The Cure for Everything!'
He's not your average university prof, as evidenced by this very handsome, hipsterish yet rugged mugshot. You can follow him on twitter if you like. It remains to be seen how many of my pearls of wisdom will make it into the finished book, but… Read more
I recently had the honour of playing at Calgary's Nickelodeon Folk Club, opening for the unbelievably talented Jack Semple. Here's what they had to say about me:
"Martin Kerr walked on to the Nickelodeon Music Club stage as an unknown opening act, but his outstanding vocals, compelling songs, and appealing stage presence completely won over our audience and, after a well-deserved encore, he was soon surrounded at the CD table by a host of new fans and friends." - Vic Bell, Artistic Director