Marty Bolin and Red Hot
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Marty Bolin and Red Hot

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Marty Bolin and Red Hot embodies Texas Blues nicely while avoiding re-hashing of SRV and other Texas greats.

Attention has clearly been paid to sound, style and on-stage electronics.

A nice presentation, good band skills, and really great sound!

I was going to give it 4 stars, but someone from the crew just gave me 100 bucks to give it 5. SO, 5 STARS.

JF, PMWnews

- Pacific MediaWorks


Red Hot Live at Rio Rancho
Second Look Music BMI
All guitars, vocals, songs
DVD, streaming

Marty Bolin and Red Hot
Second Look Music BMI
Songs, vocals, guitars, bass, keys, engineering, perc.
(Expected release 05/2010)

Steve Walsh
Magna Carta Records
Co-writer, "Heart Attack", "Rebecca"
CD, streaming and radio

"Break Out"
Martha Davis/Marty Bolin
Second Look Music BMI
Feature Film Usage

Toni Tennille
Feature Film



Marty Bolin started playing guitar when he was 6 years old in Ft. Worth, Texas and formed his first band there when he was 9. Playing around Texas as a teen in several bands, his biggest musical influences were Stevie Ray, Johnny Winter, Allman Bros, Trower, Zeppelin and Rush. Current influences include Eric Johnson and Joe Satriani, and there's a taste of all of the above in his music.

As an adult, Marty moved to Los Angeles and worked at several of the major recording studios as an engineer, producer, composer/songwriter and musician. He has worked in the studio with George Harrison, Jeff Lynne, Joe Walsh, Ringo Starr, Kiss and Ozzie, toured with Nine Inch Nails and co-wrote songs with Steve Walsh (Kansas), Martha Davis (Motels) and Daryl Dragon. Marty has also composed several film scores.

He currently resides at his recording ranch in Southern Oregon, and Red Hot is his latest project that combines all of his studio and live skills with 45 years of guitar playing experience into a driving, bluesy, ballsy rock band with a foot in the past and one in the future.