Joe Martone


Joe Martone Is A Professional Percussionist And Educator Based In Los Angeles. He Has Been Featured On Various Recordings, Playing On Projects Such As Disney’s “Hair-Jitsu”, Netflix’s “Padre No Hay Mas Que Uno”, And Justin Chon’s “Blue Bayou”, To Name A Few. He Has Also Played On Many Albums Including Danny Elfman’s “Big Mess” And John Daversa’s 2016 Grammy Nominated Album, “Kaleidoscope Eyes: Music Of The Beatles”.

Aside From His Recording Work, Joe Works For Many Live Theater And On Camera Productions. He Has Experience Playing Over 30 Different Musicals, Ballets And Operas, And Has Been Seen On Camera For Such Shows As “The Voice”, “American Idol”, HBO’s “Perry Mason” And “The Mandalorian”. Through His Diverse Career, He Has Been Able To Work In Many Parts Of The Entertainment Industry, And Works To Share These Experiences With His Students.

Joe Holds His Bachelor’s Degree In Percussion Performance From California State University, Northridge. His Training Of Classical, Jazz, Brazilian, African, And Latin Percussion Has Allowed Him To Have A Prolific Performing Career, Working With A Wide Range Of Orchestras, Bands, And Other Musical Groups.