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Clay Tarver

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Clay Tarver

Clay Tarver (born on November 8, 1965 in San Antonio, Texas) is an American guitarist and writer.


Music career

He first came to prominence as the co-founder and lead guitarist of the Boston hard rock/punk band Music Life Radio detailing his life, and experiences in Bullet LaVolta and Chavez.

Movie career

Tarver has also worked as a screenwriter for television and film. He created the "Jimmy the Cabdriver" interstitials for MTV in the mid 1990s with friends from college. He has also written films like Joy Ride, with J. J. Abrams, and other projects with Mike Judge.[2]


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