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7
May 2011

Press: Jeff Martin talks to AU review

Larry Heath for the AU Review

Over a drink in Kings Cross, Larry Heath sat down with Jeff Martin of the legendary The Tea Party. Although a reunion was announced the week after our chat, no hint was given in this interview, as we discussed his latest project – Jeff Martin 777, which is a collaborative effort between Jeff, Jay Cortez and Malcolm Clark of The Sleepy Jackson. The trio had just returned from a tour of Canada. read more

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6
May 2011

Press: Beat Magazine article

by Stu Lynch for Beat Magazine
Canadian rocker Jeff Martin has lived a somewhat nomadic existence since leaving The Tea Party in 2005. read more

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4
May 2011

Jeff Martin at PBS

Jeff Martin talks to PBS about the current tour, the Tea Party reunion and plans for the next 777 album.

Jeff Martin @PBS FM

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4
May 2011

Press: Live Review Brisbane show

Jeff Martin 777

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BENNY DOYLE for Time Off
Under a veil of darkness and blood red sheen, Jeff Martin 777 take to the stage and rip directly into a howling take on The Ground Cries Out. The three-piece make an offensively large sound, combining the uncompromising rhythmic metronome of Malcolm Clarke and Jay Cortez while Martin is playing his role to perfection, looking every inch the rockstar and doing things with read more

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3
May 2011

Press: Crying out with Jeff Martin’s 777

Caleb Goman for Your gigs

Caleb Goman gets mystical with Jeff Martin as they talk Led Zeppelin, the occult and the mysteries of rock ‘n’ roll. read more

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3
May 2011

Press: Drum Media article

“Canada it was okaaaay,” Jeff Martin drawls slowly, which is more his way than a comment in itself. “The mission was all accomplished and the band were received with flying colours,” he adds, pointing out that taking a power rock trio into The Tea Party heartland was an artistic risk, but one he was unafraid to take. read more

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3
May 2011

Drum Media album review

With 777, Jeff Martin has formed his most complete musical union since The Tea Party. read more

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2
May 2011

Press: Jeff Martin 777

Rhiana Whitson for Melbourne Weekly

Canadian musician Jeff Martin takes himself a lot less seriously these days. read more

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2
May 2011

Album review: Reverb Magazine

4/5
This is the sound of a man who has learnt to embrace his past and look ahead with refreshing sentiment. It’s also the story of how Jeff Martin got his groove back. read more

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1
May 2011

Press: 10 questions to Jeff Martin

by Bourby Webster for Space Ship News

The Tea Party’s Jeff Martin may have have a new band, but the new group’s debut album, entitled “The Ground Cries Out”, shows Martin hasn’t strayed far from the things that make him such a unique and lasting artist. read more

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