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Dec
02
Marcus G @ WWW.MARCUSG.BIZ/TOUR/CONCERTS

PLEASE VISIT WWW.MARCUSG.BIZ, Georgia, USA

PLEASE VISIT WWW.MARCUSG.BIZ, Georgia, USA

Oct
18
Marcus G @ Check out Dates Here

http://www.marcusg.biz/tour/concerts.html, Georgia, USA

http://www.marcusg.biz/tour/concerts.html, Georgia, USA

Jul
18
Marcus G @ Various

Various, Ontario, Canada

Various, Ontario, Canada

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Press


http://www.scaddistrict.com/article.php?story=20061003141343436 - The District Online


http://www.thecampuschronicle.com/lounge/trivialpursuits/050930.cfm - The Chronicle


http://www.gazette.uwo.ca/1999/September/17/Arts_and_Entertainment5.htm - The Gazette


Marcus G has "his own way to rock . . . and has trademark, protest-style lyrics to match." - James Reaney - The London Free Press


Discography

Destination Unknown – 2006 – includes U.S. singles, “These Storms Might Pass Away” and “Another Summer Night in Georgia” as well as Canadian single, “Canadian Dream.”
Part of the Plan – 1999
Long Time (mini-album) – 1993
The Vision - 1992

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Bio

In one radio interview, Marcus G was asked how he got into song writing. Marcus responded with a smile, "Well I wasn't good enough to play anybody else's music."

Not entirely true, Marcus G has been writing and playing music with a message, both originals and covers, for over twenty-five years. His music and his master storytelling reflect his spiritual depth, playful humor and hopeful and encouraging character.

His performance style of blending music and story has helped connect audiences throughout the United States and Canada. In 2001, he received a Presidential Citation from President George W. Bush and a note of thanks from Past NYC Mayor, Rudolph Giuliani, for his post 9-11 tribute song called "Shoulder to Shoulder" and in the early-1990s, his song "I Hear You Calling" went Top 10 in Northern Ontario.

Marcus G has a daytime job as a professor of Media and Performing Arts at the Savannah College of Art and Design and is also a Presbyterian (USA) pastor in Savannah, Georgia. He also has a new book, "Speak Easy: The Survival Guide to Speech and Public Speaking" (Williams & Company, 2005).