Bellingham goes unplugged with tonight’s acoustic session

September 22, 2012 by  

Tonight, September 22, ‘An Acoustic Evening with Vicci Martinez’ will be held at The Wild Buffalo located at a 208 W. Holly Street in Bellingham, Washington.

At the age of 26, Martinez has a one-of-a-kind voice that belies her young age, as will as playing the guitar with the precision of someone much older. A Tacoma native who has received critical acclaim from throughout the Northwest, she is likely to lull the audience with her passionate voice, outstanding lyrics, and bouncy live performance.

Martinez is also known to connect with the audience, no matter what the age of the group watching her might be, and is prone to a devilish streak. Performing since her teenage years, starting at the age of 13, she belts out rock, blues, and folk like a natural.

Having finished in third place in the 2011 season of ‘NBC’s Singing Competition’, Martinez can also claim to have shared the stage with legends like Annie Lennox, Brandi Carlile, Syl Johnson, and many other performing musicians. With several independent albums under her belt, there seems to be no reason why the audience should leave this concert feeling that they have not been thoroughly entertained.

Poster printing, flyer printing, and other printing services may have been used to promote this 8:00 pm concert to local residents with a musical ear. Tickets for the performance are $12 per person. For additional information, please visit The Wild Buffalo’s website or call 360-752-0848 during business hours.