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Jeff Martin (American musician)

Jeff Martin
Martin performing with Dokken on June 21, 2008 in West Fargo, ND
Background information
Birth name Jeffery Louis Martin
Genres Hard rock, blues rock, heavy metal, speed metal
Instruments Vocals, drums, percussion
Years active 1982–present
Associated acts Surgical Steel, Racer X, Badlands, Blindside Blues Band, Red Sea, The Michael Schenker Group, George Lynch, Leatherwolf, Dokken

Jeffery Louis "Jeff" Martin is an American musician, singer and drummer who has sung for the bands Surgical Steel, Racer X,[1] Leatherwolf, and played drums for the bands Badlands,[2] Blindside Blues Band, and RedSea. Jeff Martin played drums for Paul Gilbert, George Lynch, Michael Schenker, Dokken and P.K. Mitchell. He also played drums in Surgical Steel before switching to lead vocals. He has released a solo album in 2006 entitled The Fool, featuring the guitar talents of Paul Gilbert and Michael Schenker and has also sung backing vocals for Judas Priest and The Scream.

Discography

Solo

  • The Fool (2006)

with Racer X

with Badlands

with Blindside Blues Band

  • Blindside Blues Band (1993)
  • Blindsided (1994)
  • Messenger Of The Blues (1995)

with Red Sea

  • Blood (1994)

with Paul Gilbert

Guest appearances

References

  1. ^ Huey, Steve. "Biography: Racer X". AMG. Retrieved 17 May 2010. 
  2. ^ Rivadavia, Eduardo. "Biography: Badlands". AMG. Retrieved 17 May 2010. 
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