|Birth name||Jerome David Marotta|
February 6, 1956 |
Cleveland, Ohio, United States
|Instruments||Drums, Guitar, Keyboards, Percussion, Piano, Alto saxophone, Bass guitar, Cello, Synthesizer|
|Associated acts||Arthur, Hurley & Gottlieb, Orleans, Peter Gabriel, Hall & Oates, Indigo Girls, Stackridge, Sevendys, Tony Levin|
Marotta was a member of the bands Arthur, Hurley & Gottlieb (1973–75) Orleans (1975–82), Peter Gabriel's band (1977–86), Hall & Oates (1979–81), the Indigo Girls (1991–99), Stackridge (2011), Sevendys (2010–present) and The Tony Levin Band (1995 to present).
Marotta also played drums on Stevie Nicks and Michael Campbell's song "Whole Lotta Trouble" from Nicks' 1989 album The Other Side of the Mirror. He has also performed on albums by Ani DiFranco, Sarah McLachlan, Marshall Crenshaw, The Dream Academy, Suzanne Vega, Carlene Carter, John Mayer, Iggy Pop, Tears for Fears, Elvis Costello, Cher, Paul McCartney, Carly Simon, Peter Gabriel, Lawrence Gowan, Ron Sexsmith, Banda do Casaco and many others.
In addition to his work as a studio and stage drummer, he is a singer, composer and record producer. In 1996 he produced Ellis Paul's A Carnival of Voices.He is currently touring with The Security Project.
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