24 April 1969 (age 49)
Rumford, Oxford County, Maine, United States
Rebecca Martin (born April 24, 1969 in Portland, Maine) is an American singer and songwriter. She and Jesse Harris formed Once Blue in the early 1990s and released a self-titled debut. In 1998, she released the solo album Thoroughfare.
In 2002, she released the album Middlehope, which made #5 on the New York Times' list of top ten jazz albums of the year. In 2004, People Behave like ballads was released on MAXJAZZ Records. In 2005, she performed as a sideman on a Paul Motian recording as part of the 'On Broadway' series #4 on Winter and Winter Records.
Rebecca is currently signed to Sunnyside Records. The Growing Season was produced by Kurt Rosenwinkel who also plays along with cohorts bassist Larry Grenadier and drummer Brian Blade
Rebecca married Larry Grenadier in June 1997. The two reside in Kingston, New York and have one child, Charlie James Grenadier.
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