Alternative singer-songwriter Martin Stephenson performs live at Britain's historic Lincoln Cathedral in this special concert filmed in the autumn of 2004. Taking full advantage of the cathedral's breathtaking acoustics, the former member of the Daintees treats his audience to more than 15 of his most rootsy folk songs. Numbers include "Great Star of Fraternity," "Lilac Tree," "Wheel of Fortune," "Mountainous Spring" and "Painted My Heart Blue."
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Have you watched Martin Stephenson: Lincoln Cathedral yet? What did you think about it?