Referred to as “The psychedelic blues guitarist extraordinaire”, Marc is keeping the flavorings of the Hendrix/Cream era alive and well…

2013 Marc has released his 4th album entitled “Reaching for Orion” which is quickly gaining momentum across the world. Some of the cuts on the album  sound like lost 70’s super-group vinyl.  Billy Cox simply wrote Marc in an email “Bad To The Bone!!” after hearing it.

Although Blues based, Marc refuses to get stuck in the “Blues Guitarist” box or “Shredder” box.  His playing and his voice are soulful and magic… you can feel it. He is a master songwriter, and that’s yet another thing that set’s him apart from a lot of the other modern day guitar heros.

Marc Eric’s background in music is accomplished and diverse. After 25 years in the hard-knocks school of the LA music scene, to 6 years in Nashville, and now Austin Texas. Marc has written, arranged, and performed on albums and live concerts which with Slash (Guns N’ Roses/Velvet Revolver), Tim Bogert (Jeff Beck), Bruce Kulick (Kiss), Vivian Cambell (DIO, Def Leppard) and Billy Cox (Jimi Hendrix). Marc has also produced music for films, which include Michael Imperioli and Steve Schirripa (Soprano’s) New Line film’s release “High Roller”, which includes a music video on the DVD extras. With sales over 500,000 copies, it is one of New Line’s best selling DVD’s to date. Marc’s TV credits include songs written for Joan of Arcadia (CBS) and Judging Amy (Song of the Season) (CBS). His producing credits feature a diverse roster of artists and actors such as Graham Bonnet, Cowboy Troy, Toby Keith Band, Jeremy London, Jared Blake from NBC’s “THE VOICE”.


In Nashville, some highlight include playing Live with Billy Cox (Hendrix), Kenny Olson (Kid Rock) and many others. Writing songs with some of Nashville’s best. Such as Rich Fagan, Randy Boudreaux, Anthony Smith..  just to name a few. He also wrote a song with Tommy Jennings (Waylon Jenning’s brother and band mate).

His producing credits feature a diverse roster of artists and actors.  Produced and played on “Dirt Cheap” written by ACM award winner Luke Bryan and performed by Country artist  Kellie Lynne. Marc wrote several songs with and produced Cowboy Troy. Other notable projects include Writing/Producing Candy Coburn’s single “Don’t Mind”, Producing Jared Blake’s ( from NBC’s “THE VOICE”) single “Don’t Mind”, Toby Keith Band, Jeremy London, Rich Fagan, Jeff Rivers, and many more..

Austin Texas: Currently residing.


Solo albums include:
Marc Eric (2001)
Through the Fire (2003)
Gutshot Straight (2005)
Roads Less Traveled (2011)
Reaching For Orion (2013)