David Marx - Multi-Instrumentalist - Swindon, South West

David Marx - Multi-Instrumentalist | Swindon, South West

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Country: United Kingdom
Based In: Swindon, South West
Performs: Worldwide
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High-octane singer/songwriter with engaging, fun personality. I sing, play guitar, bass, double-bass, banjo, mandolin and percussion. I can also get by on piano, organ and drums. I've a huge repertoire of material (both covers and originals).
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Description

In brief, I'm primarily a vocalist, guitar & bass player as well as producer; although I also play double bass, banjo, mandolin and can get by on drums, piano and organ.
I have toured the UK, Europe and the US and have also recorded and produced several albums (one of which included the likes of Simple Minds, Squeeze, Robert Fripp and The Waterboys).
I'm as equally comfortable in front of small intimate crowd of twenty as I am a large crowd of 20,000 plus.
Along with numerous University and main venue tours, I have played most of London's prime venues (Marquee, Dingwalls, Apollo etc), as w ...

Set-List

Far too many to list here.
Almost everything by The Beatles, a lot of Soul & Motown, and all the usual standards from Elvis to Oasis to Rod Stewart to Crowded House.

Biography

Please see above.

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Experience

Many years touring experience in UK, Europe and the US.
Worked and recorded as a session player.
Was signed to MCA in New York, where I recorded with various members of Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band.
Have opened up for various big names solo-acoustically, as well as with a band.

Previous Clients

Virgin Records, Polydor Records, Universal Music, Sire, Warner Brothers, MCA, Chrysalis.
Was asked to perform at the American Embassy in Islamabad, Pakistan, a number of nightclubs in Cozumel, Mexico,
and have also played live on a number of radio stations (Nicaragua, New York, Berlin...)

Suitable for

Bar / Bat Mitzvah Birthday Party (Adult) Casinos Christening Christmas Party Cocktail Party / Drinks Reception Corporate Event Cruise Ships Dinner Party Hotel Event Jewish Wedding Private Party Product Launch / Promotion Trade Show / Exhibitions

Additional Information

Have a number of electric and acoustic guitars, a Fender Precision Bass, a banjo, an electric mandolin along with combo amplification. I don't unfortunately have a double-bass.

Merchandise

 Merchandise
The Ghost Of Corelli

Five Original Tracks: Sicilian Satire, In An Empty Room, Sweet Dreams, Cassius Clay, Eleven Thousand Martyred Virgins

£5 (+£1 P&P)
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 Merchandise
Jesus Was A Socialist

An array of original material, my third, self produced album. Recorded in New Jersey, USA and Wiltshire, UK. 14 songs in all. Reviews available upon request.

£10 (+£1 P&P)
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