Marc Mittag
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Marc Mittag

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"Marcus Miller Quote"

Nice Tunes! - Marcus Miller

"Victor Bailey Quote"

Great sounds. Next time you're in town I'd love to record some of these songs with you .... - Victor Bailey


Recorded debut album with jazz legends Mike Clark (HeadHunters), Charles Fambrough (Art Blakey, McCoy Tyner) and Eric Udel (Ray Charles, The Blues Brothers). Also about to release a live recording of 'Marc Mittag and the Headhunters' from the recent Australian tour in October 2008.
Guitarist and composer on Skinful's Reality TV album which featured Top 40 (number 26) tune, Finding Myself.



"Great sounds. Next time you're in town I'd love to record some of these songs with you ..." Victor Bailey (ex Bassist with Weather Report).
"Nice Tunes!" Marcus Miller (arguably the world’s leading modern jazz composer and bass entrepreneur.)
A sought-after session musician in Europe and Australia, Marc recently recorded his first jazz album under his own name. The album, titled The Interview, was recorded in New York with acclaimed drummer Mike Clark (Herbie Hancock and the Head Hunters etc), Charles Fambrough (Art Blakey, McCoy Tyner etc) and Eric Udel (The Blues Brothers, Ray Charles etc) on bass. Marc recently headlined with Mike’s legendary band, The Headhunters on a tour through Australia in October 2008.
Marc has impressive technique but more importantly plays with soul. Marc paid his dues playing around
Sydney before heading off to Europe to write and perform with artists as diverse as Standing On Shoulders and The Miller Big Band and has produced music in various genres for film and television for companies in the US, Ireland, Australia and France
Some of his successes include his role as co-writer and guitarist for original alternate pop band, Standing on Shoulders (formerly Skinful ( ( Marc co-wrote the Irish Top 40 charting hit Finding Myself and has received airplay in Ireland, Finland, Germany and Television airplay in Australia.
Marc’s playing style draws from artists such as John Scofield, Wayne Krantz and Jim Hall, but finds his place as a unique artist with his almost story telling approach.