MARTHA RENAUD weaves a vibrant tapestry of “strong songwriting with a warm delivery that touches the soul.” A folk-roots-Americana singer-songwriter, Martha has been hailed as a “true balladeer,” with an “amazing new voice.” Martha’s music has an East Coast flavour and her stories set to song, are a vivid memoir, intimate and passionate, captivating listeners on and off stage.
"Martha has a gift for taking the things that happen in her everyday life and creates a soundtrack cultivated by the very passion that inspired the songs."
The Anchor Coffee House
“Martha Renaud is a Canadian singer - songwriter with a golden voice and lyrics to match.”
Rick Pitts - East River Folk Society
"Strong songwriting and the ability to write from the heart - with a warm delivery that touches the soul. Time and Tide takes Martha Renaud to whole new level."
Folk Roots Radio with Jan Hall
“Martha brings to the stage the potent combination of guitar finger-picking virtuosity, soulful and humanistic lyrics, and a subtle, husky voice that, at times, reminds me of Joni Mitchell”
— Mark Crampsie On Roots Concert Series
Picked up a couple of awards in Tennessee:
Songwriter/Traditional Country/A Matter of Time
Adult Female Performer/Traditional Country
One never knows where the road will take you, but I am off to Pigeon Forge TN as part of the Ontario contingent to the North American Country Music Association International competition in March 2019...a finalist in the Ontario competition(third from right)...and, in January 2019. I am in the Official Canadian Showcase for the Austin Songwriters Symposium in Austin ,Texas. Proud to be representing my country at these events.
I have taken on responsibilities as president of Windsor Folk...it's a great listening space and a wonderful warm atmosphere...Windsor Folk, where music comes home!
Always happy to have John Takle join me at a favourite locale....Taloola Cafe in Windsor.
Art By the River in Amherstburg Aug 24th
Fiber show at SHO in Windsor Sept 7th 1-3pm
Concert coming up at MacKenzie Hall. Friday, Sept 27 7-9 pm with John Takle and Cy Robson
Working on a new music project with hopes it being ready for the concert...and progress on Little Bird and the Buffalo children's book, with hopes of late fall release.
“ Thank you for your message, and for the beautiful song, it was very moving.”
— Veterans Affairs Canada | Anciens Combattants Canada VAC.Vimy2017.ACC@vac-acc.gc.ca