Martha was born in Glasgow, Scotland, and raised on a diet of The Eagles, The Traveling Wilburys and Bruce Springsteen, staples her of father’s vinyl collection. At the same time she was exploring her love for female artists like Sheryl Crow, Carol King, Dolly Parton and Bonnie Raitt and picked up the guitar to start writing her own songs.
Her debut album, Better Days, was produced in Nashville by David Spicher in 2014 and she is currently in Music City writing her second album.
Martha and her band have gained attention for being a fantastic live, rootsy act. Press for their latest live EP, "To Be Free," has been extremely positive.
"Martha's got a really lovely voice......I just think there's something interesting about what she's doing.” - Ricky Ross, Another Country with Ricky Ross, BBC Radio Scotland
“Healy shows quality writing skills, especially on the opening To Be Free which has a nice semi-bluegrass feel to it and stinks of quality….her strong vocals sound as if they were made for singing country.”- Duncan Warwick, Editor, Country Music People