Donald Trump Jeff Baxter Kid Rock White House Oval Office

President Donald Trump signed a bill making changes to music-copyright law on Thursday.
Among the musicians in attendance was Jeff “Skunk” Baxter, a guitarist for the Doobie Brothers and Steely Dan.
Unlike his peers, Baxter has also cultivated a career in the Pentagon, building a reputation has an innovative thinker.

Jeff “Skunk” Baxter has earned eight platinum records in a music career that started in the 1960s, and he has received numerous security clearances and contracting jobs since the 1980s as a self-taught expert on missile-defense and counterterrorism.

Baxter was one of many luminaries at the White House on Thursday to watch President Donald Trump sign the Music Modernization Act, which reforms copyright laws.

Unlike every other musician in the room, including Kid Rock, Baxter has built a successful second career as a defense consultant.

Baxter dropped out of college in Boston in 1969 to join a short-lived psychedelic-rock band. After that, he moved to California and become one of the original six members of Steely Dan, which he left in 1974 to join the Doobie Brothers, which he left in 1979.

Baxter has said he “fell into his second profession almost by accident.”

While living in California in the 1970s, Baxter …read more


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