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Bein' Green
  • Artist: Paul L. Martin
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479600104
  • Item #: SRD960010
  • Genre: Easy Listening
  • Release Date: 7/24/2007
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Bein' Green on CD

Paul L Martin is an international cabaret performer with over 15 years experience. He has appeared in such prestigious venues as The Dorchester Hotel, Hackney Empire, The Pigalle Club, Café Royale, Madame Jo-Jo's and Café de Paris. He made his New York debut in 2005 at Don't Tell Mama, where one critic named him a 'British Cabaret Icon'. He debuted in Australia in 2006 at The Butterfly Club in Melbourne. Recent engagements have also seen him visit Paris, Edinburgh, Dublin and Rome as well as travelling extensively throughout England. Paul originally trained in musical theatre at Mountview Theatre School and still works in musicals and on TV. He won Musical Stages' 'Best Actor in a Musical' Award in 2003 for his role as Syliva St. Croix in the British Premiere of Ruthless! And created the role of Philip Salon for the Boy George musical Taboo. In 2007 Paul was short-listed for two awards from The Ministry of Burlesque and his debut CD, 'Bein' Green' was released. Paul is the founder of London's most prolific cabaret company, Millionth Muse Productions (MMP) which he is still very active in running. He lives in London with his husband and their cat, JC. "Paul L Martin shows impeccable comic flair, whether delivering one liners or singing his heart out" Time Out "A most enjoyable evening...highly amusing" Boy George, Sunday Express "The hysterical Paul L Martin shows a supreme gift for comedy as well as a powerful voice" The Stage "Paul L Martin belongs in the theatre...someone give that man a bigger stage" threeweeks.