See also - maxeider.com
Role: Lead Guitar, Voice, until 27Nov1986 (his last live show with the Jazz Butcher Group of that era). To many fans who got into the Jazz Butcher early, the entire charm of the group was the interplay between Pat Fish and Max. Live, they were a force to contend with.
Addendum ... and a force they continue to be. Since about 1996, Max has been playing irregularly with the band again. If anything, his skills has become decidely better with the years. In the words of most, even casual, bystanders: "F**k, he's good."
A mere 15 years after his first solo venture, Eider decided he had enough material to release a follow-up. 'Picks up right where the brilliant Best Kisser left off,' enthuses the critic J Eric Smith, 'with 10 killer jazz-pop cuts ... a worthy distillation of a talented and under-appreciated player's very best work'. But don't let that put you off.
Vocals, Guitar, Gretsch Double Anniversary, Singing, Bass
Max released a solo LP (The Best Kisser In The World) in 1987, and then worked with ex-JBC members in the David J group.See also
Last of the Gentleman Adventurers .. Angels .. Bath Of Bacon .. Conspiracy .. Distressed Gentlefolk .. Draining The Glass 1982 - 86 .. The Gift of Music .. Glorious And Idiotic .. Hamburg .. Hard .. The Human Jungle .. Marnie .. Speedy Gonzalez .. Bloody Nonsense .. Real Men .. Rotten Soul .. Roadrunner .. A Scandal In Bohemia .. Sex And Travel .. Southern Mark Smith .. Unconditional
Active: 1982-1986, 1989, 1995-2003, 2005-2006, 2009, 2012-2014 (click to explore)