Martina Sorbara

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Martina Sorbara

Canadian singer-songwriter add

Category: Music

Born in 1978.

Countries: Japan (50%), France (25%), United Kingdom (25%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Martin Solveig, Basement Jaxx

Linked to: Basement Jaxx

 

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Martina Sorbara was born in 1978 add something


1998

Her debut album, "Unplaceables", was released independently in 1998 and is no longer in print add something


2000

Sorbara's second album, "The Cure for Bad Deeds", was released independently in 2000 add something


2002

An expanded version of the album appeared on MapleMusic Recordings in 2002 add something


2003

Sorbara recorded a version of the Christmas song, "It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year", for the 2003 Nettwerk compilation album, "Maybe This Christmas Too-" add something


2006

Sorbara co-wrote and sang on the 2006 Basement Jaxx single, "Take Me Back to Your House" add something


2009

In 2009, Sorbara was featured on The Henrys album "Is This Tomorrow" singing on the track "Chair by the Window" add something


2010

In 2010, Sorbara performed the vocals in Martin Solveig's songs "Hello" and "Big in Japan" add something

 

She is featured in Kaskade's song "Fire In Your New Shoes" which was released digitally on April 13, 2010 add something

 

In November 2010 she was featured in the song "Animale", which was the result of a collaboration between Dutch DJ and producer Don Diablo and Sorbara's band Dragonette add something


2016

Sorbara was married to fellow Dragonette band member Daniel Kurtz, but announced their separation in May 2016 add something