Matt Thorr

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Matt Thorr
Birth name Matt Thorne
Born United States
Genres Glam metal, heavy metal
Occupation(s) Musician, guitarist
Instruments Bass guitar
Associated acts Ratt, Rough Cutt, Jailhouse

Matt Thorne, also known as Matt Thorr, is a bassist who has played in the glam metal band Ratt,[1] Rough Cutt,[1] and Jailhouse. He co-wrote the song "Back For More" with Stephen Pearcy on Ratt's album Out of the Cellar. He currently owns MT Studios for BlueThumbProductions in Burbank, California where he has produced, engineered and mixed albums for artists such as "The Eels" and "Trapt".


With Ratt[edit]

With Rough Cutt[edit]

With Jailhouse[edit]

  • Alive in a Mad World (1989)
  • Jailhouse (1998)

With Tuff[edit]

  • History of Tuff" (2001) *Producer


  1. ^ a b "An Acceptable Concert, Despite The Arena". Deseret News. May 20, 1985. Retrieved May 18, 2010. 

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