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Martina Fiserova

Martina Fišerová is an experienced singer, songwriter and lyricist. Accompanying herself on guitar and piano she can play a solo show or perform with a full band. She collaborated with following bands: Impuls, Laco Deczi & his Celula New York, Phishbacher Trio, Jan Kořínek & Groove, Rajnošek Band and many others. M. Fišerová was supporting the Czech rock star singer Kamil Střihavka as his backing vocalist for several years while leading her own original acoustic band Seven Days. She was honoured to perform in the show of the well respected first class chanson singer Hana Hegerová. Tina also has theatre experience; the Kudykam project – which took place in the Prague State Opera. In the fall 2010 she was asked to join the Prague Conservatory Jazz Orchestra under the leadership of the great Milan Svoboda to perform her original songs in Taiwan and Vietnam. She graduated from J.Ježek Jazz College in 2011

Shift

Label: Blue Season
Released: 2015
Track listing: Silver Streams; Crater; Song For Brian; Cold; Misunderstanding; Invisible Blood; And Fly!; My Wind; Chasm; Silver Moon; Closer.

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Martina Fiserova: Shift

Read "Shift" reviewed by James Nadal

Since her 2013 debut “Clearing Fields," vocalist Martina Fiserova has been on a relentless pursuit of living her dream. This has entailed coming to America to perform and gain experience, going on a European tour, and culminating with her release of Shift. Joined once again by keyboard whiz Brian Charette, this record is more personal in ...

Jaryn Janek - Ty Lidi/These people

Label: indies scope
Released: 2011


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