A legendary duo has come together to make magic in the studio and we can’t wait for you to hear it. Larry Tomko and Peter Marsh have come together on a new 11 song disc of mainstream adult rock and funky soul mixed with contemporary jazz. Both musicians sing and harmonize on all the tracks, with Tomko taking the sax and keyboard duties and Marsh on guitars.
Peter Marsh’s music career extends back to the mid 1970s when he released albums under various band names for record companies like CBS/Epic and Polydor. His knack for songwriting led to writing music for big names of the time like Nick Lowe and soul legend Jimmy Ruffin, and session work with artists like Manfred Mann. Later he moved to London then France and built studios for recording his own music and others. He toured France with great success.
Larry Tomko came to France via San Francisco as a sax player, songwriter and backup singer. After contributing to acclaimed studio projects he formed his own band and toured as opening act for Ella Armstrong. He recorded two top-ten singles, “Keep on Groovin’” and “Everybody Celebrate,” and went on to form his own acts for studio projects and live performances around Europe and America.
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