777 will be touring nationally in May. Check out all tour dates and ticketing information here.
by Mixdown Magazine
When The Tea Party came to an end, Jeff Martin did what he did best: made Jeff Martin music. Exile & The Kingdom was a solid acoustic-based album, and The Armada was a return to the same neighbourhood as the Tea Party sound. But with the formation of Jeff Martin 777, the Canadian native/Perth resident has finally thrown his arms open to welcome back the sound of his former band. The Ground Cries Out is the first result of this new trio, which is rounded out by Sleepy Jackson alumni Jay Cortez and Malcolm Clark, and they hit the road in April and May. read more
The Portal Mag is featuring an interview with Jeff Martin. Check it out at the Portal Mag.
There are also a few days left to win a rare copy of the promo single. Enter the contest here.
by Sean Arthur Joyce for valleyvoice.ca
As guitarist, songwriter and producer for Canadian rock band The Tea Party, Jeff Martin hardly needs an introduction. read more
Crowley & Tire Snakes: An Interview with JEFF MARTIN 777
Written by: Alexander Hutt
You may remember Jeff Martin from his time with The Tea Party and in 2008, the Armada. Now he has returned to Canada with a new band, Jeff Martin 777. There is also a new album, The Ground Cries Out , that is one of the best rock and roll records out this year. read more
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Contest ends on April, 2nd.
“It’s going to be a beautiful mindfuck,” Jeff Martin whispers through a diabolical grin.
Six months before his new single dropped, I knew the former frontman of The Tea Party had something up his sleeve. The mischievous, scheming look in his eyes gave it all away. read more