John Martin Armiger (10 June 1949 – 27 November 2019) was an Australian musician, record producer and composer. He was the singer-songwriter and guitarist with Melbourne-based rock band the Sports from August 1978 to late 1981, which had Top 30 hits on the Kent Music Report Singles Chart with, "Don't Throw Stones" (1979), "Strangers on a Train" (1980) and "How Come" (1981); and Top 20 albums with Don't Throw Stones (No. 9, 1979), Suddenly (No. 13, 1980) and Sondra (1981).
Armiger was musical director for Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) TV series Sweet and Sour in 1984 and was record producer on the related soundtrack albums as well as performing and songwriting. At the Australian Film Institute Awards of 1986 he shared an accolade for Best Original Music Score with William Motzing for their work on Young Einstein. In 1995 his work for the TV series Cody (1994–95) won the Australasian Performing Right Association Award for Most Performed Television Theme. Armiger was Head of Screen Composition at the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS). In 2006 his portrait by John R. Walker was a finalist for the Archibald Prize.
He is also known as John Martin Armiger.