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Marcus really getting into it on the Main Stage at The Isle of Man Blues Festival 2004 - click to enlarge



Marcus on the Main Stage at The Isle of Man Blues Festival 2004 - click to enlarge



Marcus on the Main Stage at The Isle of Man Blues Festival 2004 - click to enlarge



Marcus on the Main Stage at The Isle of Man Blues Festival 2004 - click to enlarge



"Malone is that rare animal, not only musically talented and sussed as anyone around, he has charisma by the bucketful and knows how to use it to its fullest effect. A brilliant songsmith". BLUES IN BRITAIN

Marcus from Detroit, Michigan USA was first signed by Al Teller of United Artist Records - now EMI Capitol.

Taking up residence in Los Angeles he recorded the classic heavy metal "MARCUS" album, which was re-released at the end of September 2001 on Zoom Records throughout Europe and the US.

Marcus has performed at the Royal Albert Hall, Burnley and Colne Festivals in the UK; Harlebeke Blues Festival in Belgium; the Bospop Festival in Holland; Valdagno (Vicenza) Blues Festival in Italy; and various UK Art Centres and Blues Clubs.

Marcus is presently working the European blues circuit, festivals and concert halls including tours of Belgium and Holland. In 2003 Marcus will be appearing in most of the major festivals in the UK Colne, Maryport, Stanley, Warrington, Warners, and Darlington Festivals.

Marcus has written, produced and recorded his album "One More Time" which was released in January 2000 on the Redline Music label distributed by RMG/Universal. The title song "One More Time" is featured on 'Blueprint 1999 -The Best of The British Blues' album.

Marcus' second album -'Walkin' Shoes'- was released in August 2002 on the Redline Music label, and features some of the UK's finest blues musicians. The track 'Take It To Heart' is featured on 'Blues In Britain' 2002 - 'The Best of British Blues' album.

Marcus on the Main Stage at The Isle of Man Blues Festival 2004 - click to enlarge



Marcus performed two self-penned acoustic numbers 'Take It To Heart' & 'What About Me' live on the The Paul Jones Show BBC Radio 2. The session was was aired in December 2002. A live session with his band was recorded at BBC Pebble Mills studio in Birmingham for airplay on the Paul Jones Show near the release date of his 3rd album - ''Blue Radio'.

Marcus and his band were a top favourite at the 2004 Isle of Man Blues Festival - click here for our review of the Main Stage gig.
Web Site: www.marcusmalone.com


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