Marion Crane

Marion Crane

 Jacksonville, Florida, USA
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"While their combined efforts and musical abilities have forged a musical style difficult to pigeonhole in a specific genre, the core of the music is some serious hard rock that will rattle your senses." - EU Jacksonville Magazine

Biography

Named after a character in Alfred Hitchcock's classic horror film, Psycho, Marion Crane has been active in the Southeastern United States since 2009, opening for acts such as Fuel and Sevendust, while independently producing their own albums, as well as their own music videos.

Founded in 2008 by singer/guitarist S. Thomas Crane, the band has had music featured in independent films and national radio programs such as Lex and Terry. The band signed to Full Effect Records (Sony/RED) at the beginning of 2012 and will be releasing their debut album, "The New Religion" this spring.

You can view the band's latest music video here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=isjev_YhwgU

Discography

Debut album "The New Religion" will be released this spring via Full Effect Records.

Set List

Set list depends on what the venue requires, but typically in the 45 minute time range.