Martin Carr (born 29 November 1968, in Thurso, Scotland but raised in Wallasey on the Wirral), was the chief songwriter and lead guitarist with the British band, The Boo Radleys.
Carr is an ex-pupil of St. Mary's College, Wallasey Village, and played an early gig with The Boo Radleys at 'The Grand' nightclub in New Brighton.
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