Died April 23, 2012. Born November 23, 1978.
American saxophone player, best known for his recordings and live performances with The Killers. He toured widely with the band in 2008–2009, and also played on the albums "Sam's Town" and "Day & Age".
Marth began his career as the saxophonist for the Las Vegas All Star Jazz Band. In 2006, Tommy joined his high school friend Mark Stoermer in the studio to record tracks for The Killers' second album Sam's Town. Shortly after the release of the album, Tommy joined The Killers onstage on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno. During this period, when not recording or performing live with The Killers, Tommy worked as venue manager and marketing director for a Las Vegas nightclub known as the Freakin' Frog.
In 2008, Tommy recorded saxophone on Black Camaro's Pistachio Moustachio (2008), before returning to the studio with The Killers to record tracks for Day and Age, their third studio release. Marth toured with The Killers the following Summer for the Day and Age album and he appears on the Live from the Royal Albert Hall DVD.
After returning home from tour, Tommy entered the studio to record tracks for the Big Friendly Corporation album ...And So It Goes (2010). Tommy also performed live with Killers alum and Las Vegas musician Ryan Pardey in his band Halloween Town, and appears on its album Zafra Court (2011). Since November 2011, Marth had been the Hard Rock’s nightlife marketing manager in Las Vegas.
On April 23, 2012, Marth's body was discovered in his Las Vegas, Nevada home, his death caused by a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head. The Clark County, NV coroner officially ruled the cause of death a suicide.