Multi-Instrumentalist and Songwriter Marlon Cherry

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MULTI-INSTRUMENTALIST & SONGWRITER MARLON CHERRY

This episode of Big Blend Radio features NYC multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Marlon Cherry who talks about his music career and 5th solo album “Fever Dreaming In Lo-Fi”.


This collection of music is an eclectic mix of styles, ranging from Rock, Dream Pop, Jazz, Experimental, World Beat, and even a splash of A Cappella R & B. Marlon handles all of the instruments and vocals on the bulk of the pieces, with some wonderful guest contributions from Terre Roche (The Roches), Susan Hwang, Paul Brantley, Christina Schneider, and poet/actress, Sophie Malleret. The project was co-produced by Marlon and Zach Phillips (Fievel Is Glauque), who also engineered the recording.

Marlon has worked and continues to work with a wide range of artists including Stew & The Negro Problem (Tony Award winners for Passing Strange), Stew’s current side project, Baba Bibi, Syd Straw, actress/songwriter, Eszter Balint, Chris Cochrane (Marc Ribot, Zeena Parkins), and Terre Roche (solo and as part of the trio, Afro-Jersey with Sidiki Conde), among others.

Previous solo releases by Marlon are “Life After Théâtre” (1986), “Pete” (1990), “Elsewhere” (2001), and “Ancient Sound, Modern Dance” (2006).

The album is available on CD Baby, Spotify, Amazon, iTunes, Hear Now, and at https://marloncherry1.bandcamp.com/album/fever-dreaming-in-lo-fi

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