Marc Andre has been making music since 1989. Between the years of 1991 and 1998, he released several Christian rap projects and then transitioned into pop rock with the debut of his Dishes album in 2001. In 2004, Marc released his sophomore project Backstage Pass, and launched 10x12 Productions, a small production company specializing in custom music and audio design for film, television and games.
In October 2011, after two years in the studio, Marc re-surfaced with his junior rock project Snapshots of the Shattered Soul. Marc describes his most recent album as “a collection of real life snapshots that touches on issues of depression, addiction, self-esteem and fractured relationships. A dynamic journey of music and emotion carried by piano, haunting strings and driving guitars.” The album was mixed by Nashville veteran Todd Robbins (dc Talk, Lincoln Brewster, Nicole Nordeman) and was mastered by Brad Blackwood (Evanescence, Maroon 5, Allison Krauss).
In the winter of 2012, Marc released music videos for Portrait of Me and Shadows & Sunlight (directed by Ben Bays).
In December 2012, Marc debuted his first book, Snapshots of the Shattered Soul: The Stories Behind the Songs. The book includes an in-depth and personal look into the stories which inspired the songs to Marc's latest album. The book is available as a paperback and as an eBook at the iBookstore and on Amazon.com.
Marc continues to work on new music and is currently lining up concerts for 2014. He has opened for and played along side bands such as Rush of Fools, The Afters and Everyday Sunday. He prays that his music will encourage people of all ages and point them towards Jesus.
"Marc Andre's latest release, Snapshots of the Shattered Soul, offers up a fine collection of catchy modern-rock tunes. The production is top-notch and the songs resonate with conviction. From the dance-rock vibe of the opening track, Surfacing, to the heartfelt pop-rock More than Broken and Wherever Love Would Go, there's a lot of material here to satisfy the appetite of a wide audience. Fans of mainstream bands such as Lifehouse and The Fray will enjoy the melodic modern-rock sensibilities of much of the songs, while fans of Christian acts such as Casting Crowns and Mercy Me will appreciate the reflective, worshipful quality of much of the record."
-Patrick Skelton, Author and Singer/Songwriter