Jock Bartley

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Jock Bartley
Born Hutchinson, Kansas
Genres Rock, country rock, soft rock
Occupation(s) Musician
Instruments Guitar
Associated acts Firefall, Zephyr

Jock Bartley (born Hutchinson, Kansas) is an American musician. He is a founding and continuing member of the band Firefall.

He studied at University of Colorado in Boulder as an art major.[1] He played lead guitar in the Boulder, Colorado-based band Zephyr, after the band released a pair of excellent albums with the great guitarist Tommy Bolin on Warner Bros. After leaving Zephyr, Tommy went on to play with the James Gang, and Deep Purple as well as recording two fine solo albums. Jock joined Gram Parsons's Fallen Angels tour, and appeared on the album, Live 1973 (Sierra, 1982).[2][3]

He plays Paul Reed Smith guitars.[4]


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