Marshall Dane
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Marshall Dane


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"Marshall 'Emotes the essence of his songs'."

Despite embracing a modern production edge, Marshall still emotes the essence of his songs with just an acoustic guitar and his unforgettable voice.

Justin Gray Producer/PopStars/BigBoomEntertainment
- Justin Gray - Producer: PopStars/BigBoomEntertainment

"'Songs that Feel Good'"

Marshall Dane writes songs that just feel good. Part of his mission is to say something positive, without preaching to his audience.

Weapons of the Future™ is only the tipping point for the career of this talented young artist.

Gail O’Donnel - Music Supervisor CMRRA
- Gail O'Donnel - Music Supervisor CMRRA

"'Marshall Dane's Loyal Fan Base'"

Re: CD Release Party -
"The 'RocnDocs' was alive with homegrown pop rock tunes.

Danes loyal fan base was there to soak it all in and rock all night long. Dane is a full time musician with a burning passion for his career.

First Local, Rogers Television
- Rogers Television

"'Intensity, passion and Charm'"

Intensity, passion and charm; the singer/songwriter has developed a unique sound and style of his own.

Christina Colli
T.O Nite Magazine
- T.O. Nite Magazine

"Long time coming!"

I have watched Marshall grow from a young musician to the outstanding performer he is today.
I just cannot get enough of his music.

TDLane, President, TDL Music Group. - TDL Music Group

" Re: TIMA's"

Toronto Independent Music Awards (TIMA) Review
October 9th, 2007
>Article by Charlene Cieslik

At first you might look at this guy and think he looks like Nickelback. But that shouldn’t dissuade you. They don’t sound like Nickelback. And though they didn’t win Best Live Electric, they rocked the TIMAs with a guitar-laden and bongo-riddled tune called “Mama.”

It was the first song of the night that people got up and danced for. Or, at least clapped their hands and nodded their head. They bring an amazing 7 members to the stage and put out a truly rocking effort to entertain the crowd.

“Mama” was a long and varied rendition, and I think one of the few uses of bongos at the TIMAs. When I hear “indie” I tend to mostly think alternative, but what these guys do with guitars and drums is good old classic rockin’.
- by Charlene Cieslik

"Toronto Music (TIMA's)"

Toronto Independent Music Awards 2007.

For all of the unsung heros of the independent music industry, its great to see an event to mark their achievements.  Thursday, October 4th, The Phoenix Concert Theatre was transformed into the 3rd annual Toronto Independent Music Awards presented by Eye magazine.  Hosted by local comic Sabrina Jalees, featuring a variety of independent acts and an evenings worth of awards, the 2007 TIMA's proved to be a tribute to Canadian musicians.

Some of the notable performances from the evening included Marshall Dane who was without his standard band, but put on an engaging performance of his beautiful acoustic material complete with 3 percussionists playing bongos and djembe.  Any fan of Jack Johnson or Dave Matthew's would definitely want to check out this talented song writer.
By: TJ Liebgott,
Toronto Music
- TJ Liebgott, Toronto Music


2006 - Weapons of the Future
(produced by Brian Allen
Toronto, Haywire, Heart)

2003 - 35 Dollars and Cheesecake
(produced by Marshall Dane)

Floating Away has received airplay since Dec 31, 2006



Marshall Dane

Marshall Dane is poised to become one of the next big Canadian country stars. Born in St. Catharine’s, Ontario, he was raised the son of a preacher man and a god-fearing woman and fuelled by the influence of Sunday family jamborees and the musical impact of Cat Stevens and Kenny Rogers.

Performing since he was 15 years old, Marshall was already gaining fans with his own soulful blend of roots and rock music. Later he moved to Toronto and began making his mark as an accomplished singer/songwriter and as word caught on of his dynamic vocal abilities, Marshall started earning radio play and commercial work and built ongoing demand for over 300 shows annually.

In 2008, Marshall’s relentless drive won him the acclaimed “Best Live Electric Band” at the Toronto Independent Music Awards. Less than a year later in June 2009, Marshall entered the Country 95.3 FM “Big Break” competition with the largest market country radio station in Canada. Among over 65 entries, Marshall emerged victorious and won the contest and the opening slot for Jason Blaine and Emerson Drive at the Canada Day Jam in Woodbine Park.

These recent affirmations confirm what many have known for several years that Marshall Dane is a world class talent who garners alot of attention with his unmistakable talent, unique sound and charismatic live performances.

Recently Marshall has been co-writing with Nashville’s Music Row songwriters like Jason Matthews and Willie Mack as well as Canadian country superstar Paul Brandt in preparation for his highly anticipated debut country release due out in February 2010.

With the support of Country 95.3 FM already playing his single ‘This Rain’ and his rapidly growing fan base on CMT, he is sure to become one of our country’s national treasures.