Jeff Martin (of The Tea Party) returns to Eumundi

JEFF MARTIN, lead singer and guitarist of the iconic Canadian band The Tea Party, is returning to Eumundi to take to the stage in The Brewery at The Imperial Hotel on Friday 14 July. He will be supported by Hellhound Brown.

The Eumundi performance comes a week after the release of Jeff’s highly anticipated solo album ‘The Seven Deadly Sins’ (released on the 7th of the 7th).

“It is a record I am extremely proud of and feel it is my finest solo record production to date,” says Martin. The record explores each of the Sins, and features many of the exotic instruments he has collected from international tours and soulful sabbaticals.

“As a proud permanent resident of Australia, I’ve been fortunate to set up a studio on the Sunshine Coast. After more than 30 years touring the world, this part of Australia has stolen my heart and it’s where we recorded The Seven Deadly Sins with my great friend on drums, Darren Evans.

“The sets for the Eumundi show will be filled with fan favourites from my earlier work, and a few first live performances from my new record,” he says.

Jeff Martin’s reputation as a world-renowned live performer is well known and he has been labeled everything from “child prodigy”, “virtuoso guitarist”, and a “singer with perfect pitch”.  He is an artist that transcends typical musical genres and has become somewhat of a musical healer for fans across the globe.

Martin formed The Tea Party with his lifelong friends, Stuart Chatwood and Jeff Burrows in 1990.  With a career spanning over 30 years and 8 major-label releases, The Tea Party successfully gained the attention of fans worldwide and were renowned for their phenomenal stage presence and impeccable musicianship with a wide variety of instruments and sound texture.

In addition to his career with The Tea Party, Martin has carved out a distinctive and successful career for himself as a solo artist, various other side projects and as an acclaimed and highly sought-after producer.  

His life has vastly been an exquisite journey immersing himself in many cultures and learning to play the traditional instruments from those cultures from the masters of the craft – in particular the Middle East, and subcontinents of India. His home and studio are filled with ancient instruments he’s collected on his travels – all of which he plays fluently. 

A Jeff Martin show is one that moves the audience to realms like no other and many have likened his acoustic shows to ‘a religious experience’ that stays with them forever.

Supporting Jeff Martin on the night will be one man stomping electric blues performer Hellhound Brown (alter ego of singer guitarist Patch Brown), who draws his inspiration from Deep South, African American blues – the likes of Lightning Hopkins, Howlin’ Wolf and Muddy Waters to name a few. Having recorded in Nashville with Grammy Award winning producer Andrija Tokic, (Alabama Shakes) Hellhound Brown is showcasing new songs from his forthcoming mini album, ‘Bring Me Water’ due for release late 2023.

Doors open at 7.30pm 

TICKETS: $55 (+booking fee) through Oztix. 18+ event



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