DANGEROUS TOYS/BROKEN TEETH Frontman Gets Star on ‘South Texas Music Walk Of Fame’ (Video)

Heavy metal screamer Jason McMaster (DANGEROUS TOYS, BROKEN TEETH) was inducted into the South Texas Music Walk Of Fame on June 4 in his hometown of Corpus Christi, Texas. McMaster made Texas history as the first metal artist honored by the South Texas Music Walk Of Fame.

Video footage of the induction can be seen below. Photos are available at this location.

A vocalist, bassist, guitarist, and songwriter with two gold-certified records under his belt, McMaster is notorious for being one of the busiest musicians in rock and roll. His rock and roll resume dates back to 1982 when he fronted influential progressive metal band WATCHTOWER, later moving on to make headlines with the southern sleaze rock act DANGEROUS TOYS. In recent years, Jason has been channeling his talent into the Austin-based hard rock act BROKEN TEETH, having released five albums since the band’s formation in 1999; along with two albums from his NWOHB-influenced band IGNITOR, and various tribute bands. His impact on the Texas rock and metal scene was previously recognized in 1998, with an induction into the Texas Music Hall Of Fame.

The South Texas Music Walk of Fame honors six new Texas artists every year, in a ribbon-cutting ceremony that kickstarts the annual WaterStreet Market Music Arts Festival in Corpus Christi, Texas.