The Littlest Birds
Saturday, June 21, 2014, 3:05pm - 3:45pm
Pete Seeger Room - Room #107

Both David Huebner and Sharon Martinson have classical music backgrounds supporting their current foray into Americana roots music. Some years ago you may've seen David on the Disney Channel, twice, as principal cellist of the Disney Young Musicians Symphony Orchestra, which included a performance at the Hollywood Bowl. Or you may've run into Sharon deep in the forests of the southeast as she studied southern pine beetle ecology for her PhD at Dartmouth College where she also played french horn in their chamber orchestra.

Notable Venues include: CA - Don Quixote's, Felton - The Lost Church, SF - Studio55Marin, San Rafael - The Mobil, Lee Vining - Fiddler's Crossing, Tehachapi - The Coffee Gallery Backstage, Altadena - Mountain Sage, Groveland | WA - Triple Door Lounge, Conor Byrne's, Seattle | MT - The Top Hat, Missoula | CO - Avogadro's, Ft. Collins - Quixote's True Blue, Denver | AZ - Folk Sessions Summer Concert Series, Prescott | NM - Cowgirl BBQ, Santa Fe - Taos Mesa Brewing, Taos | VT - Radio Bean, Skinny Pancake, & Monkey House, Burlington | NH - Acoustic Cafe Series, Milford - Keene Pumpkin Festival, Keene | MA - Luthier's Co-op, Easthampton - Dream Away Lodge, Beckett | VA - IOTA, Arlington | D.C. - Ebenezer's Coffeehouse - Swiss Ambassador's residence | TN - Palace Theater, Crossville - Preservation Pub, Knoxville - Johnson City Folk Music Festival | WV - Purple Fiddle, Thomas | NC - Jack of the Wood & French Broad Brewery, Asheville - Cape Fear Concerts, Wilmington | SC - Smiley's, Greenville | GA - The Melting Point, Athens

Live Show Review - The Littlest Birds at The Laughing Goat in Boulder CO, Aug. 2013

"They're marked by the relaxed and nonchalant demeanor that comes with several months of being on the road, taking time between songs to tell stories and engage with the audience, and even inviting another band up for an impromptu jam in the second set. But there's nothing nonchalant about their musical delivery, which is as tight, polished, and professional as it is relaxed and uninhibited. Classical cellist turned old-time fiddler, Dave saws on the cello with the sophistication of a violin virtuoso. Likewise, Sharon could be plucking the lyre of Orpheus given the taste and delicate touch with which she handles the banjo." - Bekah Rolland, deFolk Blog