Marc Eric

Marc Eric

 Oxnard, California, USA

Esoterical, Guitar Virtuoso. Pink Floyd meets Led Zeppelin.


Marc started playing guitar at age 11. After taking lessons from a local jazz/fusion guitarist, he would be forever in love with the guitar.

In 1997 Marc was discovered and worked with legendary singer "Graham Bonnet" (Rainbow, MSG) and can be heard on his 2001 All-Star album "The Day I Went Mad", Featuring: Slash (Guns n Roses), Bruce Kulick (Kiss), Tony Franklin (Jimi Page's "The Firm"), and more...

Now Going solo, and following in the path of Jimi Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughan as a Singer/Songwriter/Virtuoso Guitarist, he is well on his way to establishing himself as a worldclass recording artist/Performer, and is sure to rise up the ranks.

It wasn't long before Hollywood took notice of Marc's incredible talent. In the fall of 2003, Marc was approached by Hollywood Producer, Antony Vidmar, to provide all the original songs for Michael Imperioli's (Sopranos) new feature film "Highroller: The Life of Stu Unger", slated for release in 2004 by New Line Home Entertainment. Marc's song, "Fallin In" is the title track for the film, in addition to 4 other tracks used throughout the film to earn him opening and closing credits for all original music throughout the film. Marc's songs have been featured in other Film and television shows including: "Joan of Arcadia", and "Judging Amy", and he continues to be approached for a variety of new projects by both TV and major Hollywood Film studios.


Another Moment, Drowning, Winds of Angels, Yesterday's, Fallin' In, The Eastwind, Black Rose, Lost in your Life, Always, Talk to Me, Hollywood, Hello America, Come with Me

Set List

Original Songs
Another Moment
E Jam
Fallin In
Winds of Angels
Black Rose
Hollywood and more...
*Original sets range anywhere from 45 minutes to 2 45 - 50 minute sets.

In addition to the above Marc Eric originals, we've incorporated a few cover tunes, such as "Hey Joe", "Bridge of Sighs", "Lights Out" - some of which have become fan favirotes, as quoted by Stephen Murray of "GuitarWorks" magazine about Marc's rendition of Jimi's Hendrix, "Hey Joe"... "The best live recorded guitar work i've heard to date!"