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One of the Good Guys
  • Artist: Marc Eliot
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479611803
  • Item #: SRD961180
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Release Date: 8/21/2007
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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One of the Good Guys on CD

About Marc Eliot . Marc Eliot Composer, Singer, Lyricist, Actor and Showman . Marc Eliot is arriving and audiences are responding to his up-beat expressive baritone, charisma and passion for the music he sings and composes. If you're a new fan of Marc Eliot - prepare to be thoroughly entertained. . Packed with voice, talent and charm, Marc Eliot's hip refreshing style and natural talent are extraordinary. 'I Got My Own Style' and 'I Call New York My Home' - two of Marc's newest compositions about to be released, is evidence that his talent and poetic artistry are attracting attention - And his star is on the rise. Broadway, television, film and notoriety are surely on the horizon for this composer & crooner. . Composing and creative inspiration for Marc is usually induced by a mere walk or jog in Manhattan. Some folks walk and ponder life and their problems - Marc is always thinking lyrics and melody! After all, we know that the overall success of a great song can come down to that very precise lyric or the one note that completes the magical creation process. Marc's album 'One of the Good Guys' is yielding top notices and acclaim across the country. 'Marc Eliot has a mellow, rich baritone voice.' -- Howard Kissel, The Daily News . 'Marc Eliot is absolutely wonderful and clearly belongs on Broadway.' -- John Hoglund, Back Stage.