Sam Farrar

born on 29/6/1978 in Los Angeles, CA, United States

Links www.meandthemcp.com (English)

Sam Farrar

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Sam Farrar

Sam Farrar (born June 29, 1978) is the bass guitar player for the American rock band Phantom Planet. The band is now on an indefinite hiatus.

Musical career

Farrar is the bass guitar player for the American rock band Phantom Planet. He also joined a band called Operation Aloha with members of Gomez and Maroon 5.[1] He and his wife Stephanie have started their own music project, called Bubble and Strife. Currently (since 2012), Sam is touring with Maroon 5 - as an additional band member - on guitars, occasionally on the bass guitar, backing vocals, turntables and providing samples and other special effects (using the MPC). He co-wrote and co-produced a few of the band's songs on all of their studio albums and also remixed one of their songs, which is called "Woman", on Call and Response: The Remix Album, released in 2008. On August 31, 2012 - during a show in Argentina on the Overexposed World Tour - Farrar filled-in for Mickey Madden on the bass guitar for the very first time. He subsequently filled-in for Madden on the next few shows of the tour.

Personal life

His father, John Farrar, was a member of The Shadows and also carved a successful songwriting career, penning many of Olivia Newton-John's big hits. His mother, Pat Carroll, was a successful Australian pop singer in the 1960s. He attended The Buckley School. Sam is married to Stephanie Eitel, formerly a member of the band Agent Sparks.[2] Their daughter Vesper Pearl Farrar was born on August 6th, 2009 and their son Flynn Roscoe Farrar was born on January 14th, 2014.[3]

Discography

With Phantom Planet
Main article: Phantom Planet discography
  • Phantom Planet Is Missing (1998)
  • The Guest (2002)
  • Phantom Planet (2004)
  • Raise the Dead (2008)
With Operation Aloha
  • Operation Aloha (2009)

References

  1. First Listen: Maroon 5, Phantom Planet, Gomez Members Form Band. SPIN.com (2009-01-29). Retrieved on 2011-07-08.
  2. Eagle Ear Entertainment : Meet the Birds. Eagleear.com. Retrieved on 2011-07-08.
  3. Name Sam Farrar Location Los Angeles Bio warbears central. Sam Farrar (samfarrar) on Twitter. Twitter.com. Retrieved on 2011-07-08.

External links

Maroon 5
Adam Levine | James Valentine | Jesse Carmichael | Mickey Madden | Matt Flynn
Ryan Dusick
Discography
Studio albums: Songs About Jane | It Won't Be Soon Before Long
Other albums: 1.22.03.Acoustic | Live - Friday The 13th
Singles: "Harder to Breathe | "This Love" | "She Will Be Loved" | "Sunday Morning" | "Must Get Out" | "Makes Me Wonder"
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