Originally from Toronto, Martin Posen started his musical career young. When he was 21, he was a high ten finalist on the Country wide Flatpicking Tournament in Winfield, KS. Another turning stage is at 1973 on the Country wide Music Camp where he fulfilled one of is own heroes, Michael Hedges. Within the ’80s, Posen honed his electric guitar and mandolin abilities within both Dark Creek and Tag Haines & the Zippers. After those stints, he focused on a single career and innovative compositions. Taking affects from blues, bluegrass, folk, and rock and roll, Posen allowed his music to get several textures. He in addition has well-versed in “open up tuning,” a method of playing which has a specific comfort to it. In 1999, he released his debut record, Triple Heating unit, on DROG Information. The record received excellent testimonials both nationally and internationally. In 2002, Posen released his second record, Hearing Hands, on BareBones Music. He continues to be compared performers such as for example Doc Watson, David Bromberg, Clarence Light, and Sam Bush.