Steve Marriott

Born: January 30, 1947
Bow, London, England
Died: April 20, 1991

Marriott was a founder and leader of the Small Faces. He was replaced by Rod Stewart in 1968 when he left the Small Faces to form Humble Pie with Peter Frampton. Marriott stayed at the Humble Pie helm till 1975, then formed Steve Marriott's All-Stars. In 1976 he reformed the Small Faces with Ian McLagan and Kenney Jones, and Rick Wills on Bass. Several years later, he reformed Humble Pie again with Jerry Shirley and Bobby Tench, then disbanding the band to form the curiously named "Packet of Three" with Jim Leverton and Shirley. The Packet of Three lasted throughout most of the 1980s and into the 1990s. At the time of his death he had reunited with Humble Pie's Frampton.

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Instruments Played / Skills:
Guitar Vocals Songwriter

Early Rock

Bands That Steve Marriott Has Played For:
Humble Pie Small Faces Steve Marriott's All-Stars Packet of Three

Steve Marriott Has Worked With:
Goldy McJohn Peter Frampton Greg Ridley Jerry Shirley Rod Stewart Kenny Jones Jimmy Leverton
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"I believe that the life of a rock 'n' roll band will last as long as you look down into the audience and can see yourself and your audience looks up at you and can see themselves - and as long as those reflections are human, realistic ones."

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