"The quality of Martin guitars and their stunningly crisp sound is a standard I grew up appreciating and loving to play."
Listening to All of You, the third and most intriguing release from Colbie Caillat, is like turning a page of a book you’ve savored for two chapters only to be surprised and delighted by what awaits in Chapter 3.
This is, first of all, definitely and unmistakably a Caillat gem. Those qualities that burst from the first notes of her 2007 debut Coco like bouquets of sonic joy, and flowered in 2009’s Breakthrough, emanate from every track on All of You. But now they bloom with a richness of emotion and insight that comes only when a gifted artist can channel lessons learned into her music.
“The first guitar I ever played was my Dad's 1968 Martin that had been used to record songs on Fleetwood Mac's "Rumours" album. The quality of Martin guitars and their stunningly crisp sound is a standard I grew up appreciating and loving to play on all my albums and all of my tours - that’s why I feel honored to be a Martin Guitar Ambassador."