York City-based Marc Hoffman not only works regularly as a session
drummer and singer, but is an accomplished songwriter and producer as
well, working out of his Hell's Kitchen Manhattan Studio. Marc’s
songwriting speaks for itself. His song “The Rain Came Down” (co-written
w/ Elliot Weiss) appears on one of Japan’s best-selling recording
artists, Miho Nakayama’s CD, which went to #4 on the Japanese Billboard Chart. Another song of Marc's, “Compartir” appears on the album “Aqui Estoy” by EMI/Latin recording artist, Jailene.
Two other songs of Marc's were recently covered by two new rock bands
from the UK, and made some waves on the British and Japanese charts. In
addition, Marc wrote, produced, and performed two songs which appear in
the Troma Productions' Cult Classic Film, "The Toxic Avenger". Many of Marc’s songs have been featured on national daytime soap operas for CBS and NBC.
Marc also writes and produces jingles, as well as composing for film.
He recently scored along with partner Ed Kessel (Sound Imagination), the
music for two full-length motion pictures entitled "Natural Forces",
and "Some Fish Can Fly", the latter of which received critical acclaim
in NYC. Most recently Marc scored some music for VH1 Classic’s “Decades Rock Live”
concert series. He has also been writing with Gioia Bruno of the very
popular Girl Group, EXPOSÉ. Marc appears on the 2007 Christmas Album by
Legendary Rocker “Tommy James”. Currently, Marc has two songs which he wrote and produced appearing in the movie "Standing Ovation". It's directed by Stewart Raffill and the Executive Producer is James Brolin.
It's destine to be a family classic. “Radical Love” which is destined
to become a pop hit was recently recorded and put to video (Currently on
youtube) by Danielle and Jennifer Brown. Marc performs regularly as a
drummer/singer in the NYC metro area, and currently is performing the part of Don Henley in the "Best of the Eagles" tribute band and has been seen recently
performing with Blues diva “Nikki Armstrong”, as well as upcoming Blues
Artist Dave Fields. He also has volunteered his time to NYC non-profit
organization Musicians On Call in which he does 'in-room' performances
for patients at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. .... |