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J. Marinelli

J. Marinelli

J. Marinelli


J. Marinelli is a one-man band and one of the longest standing figures in the underground music scene in Morgantown, West Virginia. In the 1980s he played drums in one of Morgantown's first punk no-wave bands The D'arbys. He later was one of the vocalists and guitar player in arty noise rock outfit Swiss Army Tractor. He has also shared vocal and guitar duties The Braille Drivers, a long standing Alt-Rock Morgantown band. Other noteworthy bands include: Manhandle, Yentl, Egoslovia, Glendale, and others. Read more on Last.fm
J. Marinelli is a one-man band and one of the longest standing figures in the underground music scene in Morgantown, West Virginia. In the 1980s he played drums in one of Morgantown's first punk no-wave bands The D'arbys. He later was one of the vocalists and guitar player in arty noise rock outfit Swiss Army Tractor.

He has also shared vocal and guitar duties The Braille Drivers, a long standing Alt-Rock Morgantown band. Other noteworthy bands include: Manhandle, Yentl, Egoslovia, Glendale, and others. If any one person is the King of the Scene in Morgantown, it is undeniably Jay Marinelli. His solo music is performed in classic "one man band" style, with feet on drums, and hands on guitar while singing and playing harmonica.

His sound is amazingly full for one guy and does it all live on recording with no overdubs. He could probably best be classified as garage / punk with a folk and pop twist. Marinelli is known for his passionate and intense live performances, ability to drink large quantities of really crappy beer, and his trademark strut. Read more on Last.fm.

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