Marci Geller
Singer Songwriter / Acoustic / Folk
Members: Solo or with Marshal Rosenberg, Glen Roethel

Hello Lovely Listeners,
Lot's of shows coming up this month and beyond that I'm very excited about.

On Sunday April 17th I am so excited to host my good buddies from Gathering Time for a Sonic Underground Presents House Concert!!!!!  Please click HERE for reservation information.

On Friday, April 22nd, I'll be playing for the first time at the Beanberry Caffe in Miller Place, NY. I'll be joined by Warner Cook who has been doing lovely, magical guitar things to my new material. We've been having an absolute blast working together and I think you'll really love his sound!

The new Eco-Wallets are in and I want to extend a big thank you to everyone who did a pre-order. I have more left, so if you don't own Box Of Truth, this is an eco-friendly way to add my music to your library!

We're making progress on the studio..of course it's taking longer and costing more than I ever imagined, but I'm keeping the faith. I liken it to a kid who sneaks a peak at their holiday gifts but can't open them yet! LOL!! Anyway, here are some photos of the work that's been done some far:

A humongous thank you to everyone who came out to Listen Live Music. The place was packed to the rafters and I most definitely felt the love. Here's a little webisode with some behind the scenes footage and a brand new song! It's a little a rough around the edges, but boy it feels good to share new tunes:

Lastly, I must say a very sad and heartfelt goodbye to folk legend and trubadour, Jack Hardy who we lost on March 11, 2011. I didn't know him a long time, but the time spent with him was very significant to me. He was a pure hearted supporter of music and I am honored that he did our house concert back in 2009. RIP Jack you are missed by so many and can be replaced by no one.

After the house concert

Wishing you all WARM Spring days with no regrets,

First Acoustics Folk Concert Series Brooklyn, NY Sat Oct 25 14 08:00 PM  
The Loft @ UCPAC Rahway, NJ Sat Nov 08 14 08:00 PM  
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"Marci Geller is an interesting, significant, mysteriously lesser-known talent in the music world. Geller has performed all over the world including California. In fact, Geller hopes to once again visit Los Angeles once her next album is in the can. But just exactly who is Marci Geller? Marci (Anne) Geller is a New York-born singer-songwriter. Geller‘s music can be heard on numerous television networks including MTV, VH1, and A&E. Geller has recently taken a new direction with her music and while little is publically-shared about Geller’s past, her career can be traced back to the late 1980s. It was in 1989 that a cute, darker Debbie Gibson-esque Geller released a 12-inch record titled “Shake You Up”. This freestyle early electronic dance piece was put out by Back Door Records. It contained 5 cuts. Each was a different mix of the title track “Shake You Up” which was co-written with backing vocalist Donna Bach. (to read more, click link)"  Will Phoenix, The LA Examiner

"Recently I have come across Marci Geller’s “First Dance.” A music industry veteran whose creations are featured regularly on television (and more), Marci married her best friend and co-writer Gian DiMauro. The couple will be celebrating their 16th wedding anniversary this coming Saturday, May 7th, 2011. “We co-wrote our wedding song because we met while working on a writing project together,” Marci told me. “At the time, I was working on a modern day rock musical and had decided to write each of the characters with a different person. A mutual friend suggested I work with Gian.” Marci and Gian convened at his recording studio to collaborate on a song that they never ended up quite finishing. Two weeks later Gian proposed, and after a healthy engagement period, the two married in 1995. They decided that since their intended composition was never finished, then they might as well write one for the wedding - and that’s exactly what happened!"  Rick Mulholland, The Wedding Ring Blog

"Marci Geller is a Renaissance woman if there ever was one. This talented singer-songwriter isn’t your typical angry female on a mission or another flower power reject with an acoustic guitar. Geller is powerful and abrasive (“I’m So Angry”, “World Falls Down”) in a Tori Amos/Alanis Morrisette way, yet she retains a tenderness (“Falling Down”) that allows her to truly tell an enchanting story through song. 12 enchanting stories, to be exact, as Here On The Edge contains well-crafted songs and top-notch production, not to mention the ultra powerful and emotional voice of Geller. If you’re looking for a millennium version of Carole King and her masterpiece Tapestries, look no further. Marci Geller is an intense performer whose beautifully poignant music will sweep you away to a land beyond the edge. "  MikeSOS, Ear Candy

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