Martin Rossiter

Born 15 May 1970.


Martin Rossiter (born 15 May 1970) is a Welsh singer, who is noted for being the lead singer of the British indie band Gene from 1993 until their break-up in 2004.

As well as writing and recording as a solo artist, he is also a member of the band Call Me Jolene. He lives in Brighton, where he is the manager for ATM Studios. He has three children. His great-uncle was star of Rising Damp, Leonard Rossiter.[citation needed]

Rossiter's debut solo album The Defenestration of St Martin was released 3 December 2012 on the Drop Anchor Music label.


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Member Of

  • Gene (1993-2004) 

BBC Reviews

  1. Review of The Defenestration of St. Martin

    The Defenestration of St. Martin 2012

    Reviewed by David Quantick
    A high-quality, stripped-back solo debut from the Gene frontman.
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