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Surrounded by music their whole lives, these four musicians found each other while studying music in New York City. By sharing a similar passion, these four guys founded The Marquee.
The Marquee came to life in 2011, when long time friends Maurice Alban and Carlos Jaramillo recorded an EP in a small Brooklyn studio. Soon after, they crossed paths with William Pearson, a multi-instrumentalist from upstate who would helm the bass, and Louis Cozza, a Philadelphia based drummer also going to school in the city.
Once united, their love for music and strong chemistry lead the way to performing live, debuting at Webster Hall's Marlin Room. The summer of 2012 was a whirlwind circuit at countless clubs and venues across New York. That very same winter, they got the amazing opportunity to visit Converse Rubber Tracks Studio in Brooklyn, where they recorded their EP "The Day We Never Met".
2013 brought bigger shows and support. Highlights include: performing at the CBGB's Music Festival, The Fire in Philadelphia and Brooklyn's Knitting Factory. With this fresh in their minds; the band has been gearing up for a new record and a busy 2014.
*The Marquee has had the chance to be featured on Earbits Radio, GasHouse Radio Philly, Phonetic Bells, New York's The Music Building sponsored by The Deli Magazine, Converse Rubber Tracks, and BandPage.
© 2014 The Marquee
"Dream Big & Dare to Fail"- Norman D. Vaughan.