Tarell Martin

Opie Gone Bad

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Tarell Martin is a professional drummer who has been playing since the age of 3 years of age and has been professionally recording and touring all around the world since the age of 11 and is currently still doing it at 31 years of age. He is originally from Monterey, California and is currently living in Denver, Colorado. He has performed with many world class artist in many different genre's of music such as Jackiem Joyner, Kim Burrell, Nelson Rangell, Eric Darius, Sax Pack, Regina Bell, Paul Taylor, Marion Meadows, Dorinda Clark Cole, Vicky Winans, Will Downing, Colorado Mass Choir, George Duke, Richard Smallwood and Marvin Sapp just to name a few. He is currently the drummer for Opie Gone Bad, Tim Bowman and Tony Exum Jr. Tarell was also very fortunate to play for the Democratic National Convention 2008 and also the opening of the Denver Pepsi Center for the Denver Nuggets. Tarell has done several recordings for Artist such as Heritage Christian Center, Dave Lamuel and House of Soul, Nelson Rangell, AOM, Terry Black, Proxy and produced and arranged with Tony Exum Jr. and Opie Gone Bad. Tarell exclusively plays and endorses Sabian Cymbals and Regal Tip Drumsticks. In 2013 Tarell will be releasing his debut album "To Young Fo Da Funk", featuring great national jazz, gospel and r&b artist. Tarell is a blessed and humbled musician who gives his all every chance he gets. His goal is to make sure lives are inspired and changed every time he plays. Tarell gives his all just as God gives his all to us.