News from Julian:

Hi all,

Steve Gadd Julian here.

I wanted to share with you the news that legendary drummer Steve Gadd has played on a remix of my track "Garden in Summer" for Blue Cloud Music, available July 7th via all streaming platforms. Super excited by how this has all panned out and can't wait to share it with you. Steve's playing has brought a whole new vibe and direction to the original track and we're proud to call it Garden in Summer, Steve Gadd Instrumental Remix.

Steve Gadd is one of the best-known and most highly regarded session and studio drummers of all time, recognized by his induction into the Modern Drummer Hall of Fame in 1984. Gadd's performances on Paul Simon's "50 Ways to Leave Your Lover" and "Late in the Evening" and Steely Dan's "Aja" are examples of his style. He has worked with an extraordinary array of musicians from many genres including Simon & Garfunkel, Paul McCartney, Eric Clapton, Ringo Starr, Aretha Franklin, James Taylor, Jon Bon Jovi, Bee Gees, Chick Corea, Frank Sinatra, Barbra Streisand, Diana Ross, Carly Simon, Kate Bush and Dionne Warwick.

Steve Gadd at the drums Garden in Summer cover Julian Marshall




Thanks as always for your support.
Julian

updated 20 june 2023

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News from Julian:

Hi all,

Julian here. I'm super excited to share with you all the release of my new collaborative short film, Yearning.

It is directed by Daisy Brodskis and stars Hannah Rudd (ex Rambert, Michael Clark, and a host of others). Cinematography is by Miguel Altunaga (dancer with Hofesch Schecter, Rambert, choreographer for Carlos Acosta at Birmingham Royal Ballet) and I wrote the score. We are thrilled to announce that Yearning has been awarded laurels at both The Berlin Indie Film Festival 2021 (Best Dance Film - Short) and The Berlin International Art Film Festival (official selection).

I love this work and so look forward to sharing it with you.

If you enjoy it, DO feel free to share it as widely as you like! Thank you so much for your support.
Julian

Here's the link: https://youtu.be/MvLjv92ZHQw

For more information on The Welten Project, of which Yearning is a part, please see:
www.blueberrylakearts.com

updated 06 December 2021

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News from Deborah:

Hello music lover!

"New Road Home" is now on sale at all major online retailers! Sample the songs and buy the album today at:

bit.ly/NewRoadHome_iTunes
bit.ly/NewRoadHome_Amazon
This collection of songs is a more pared down style, mostly live recording, very few overdubs, and I am playing all guitar parts. I play mandolin on a couple of the songs as well.

Easygoing and intimate, "New Road Home" evokes a road trip through the mountains to both parts u unknown familiar milestones.

Featuring:

  • Deborah Berg on vocals and acoustic guitar
  • Charlie Giordano on accordion, B3 organ, and piano
  • Richard Hammond on upright bass
  • Chris Tedesco on violin
  • Hugh Pool on dobro and vocals
  • Barry Mitterhoff on mandolin
  • Monica Passin on guitar
  • Ethan Eubanks on drums
  • Rich Hinman on electric and acoustic guitar
  • Sherryl Marshall, Stephanie Seymour on backing vocals

You can also watch the music videos for all 10 songs on YouTube. I'm especially proud of Sliver of a Moon, starring Jane Cortney, Mac Brydon, and myself, and directed by Joshua Berger and Quincey Kai, produced by Jacob Weeks, and cinematography by Quincey Kai. What a creative team!


We also made an in-studio video at Ken Rich's Grand Street Recording with my amazing band for "Muddy Weather", which was so much fun.


I hope you enjoy!

xx,

Deborah

updated 17 march 2019


News from Deborah:

Hello everyone! A brief update to let you know that I am busy in the studio, working on my second solo CD, this time with a great producer and good friend, Ken Rich.

About a year ago, Mike and I heard our friend, the fabulous John Putnam, playing with William Hart Strecker down at the Rodeo Bar in NYC. I really liked their intact band sound and asked John if he thought this band could come record my songs with me. From there, the wheels were in motion. What I didn't know was that Ken, the bass player in the band, was also a studio owner and record producer!

The basic tracks were recorded at Mission Sound Recording in Brooklyn with engineer Oliver Straus. The overdubs and vocals are all happening at Ken's studio, Grand Street Recording in Williamsburg.

We are working on ten original songs of mine, some with strings, some with backing vocals, some horns and even a few woodwinds! I will post music on my website as soon as possible. I do hope you will enjoy the music as much as I have enjoyed making it for you!

My album will feature:
Deborah Berg on vocals and acoustic guitar
Ken Rich on bass
John Putnam on guitar
Andrew Sherman on keyboards
Frank Vilardi on drums

Much Love,
Deborah

P.S. Counting the three Eye to Eye albums, this project will be my fifth CD!

updated 30 april 2011


News from Julian:
Hello from England! I'm pleased to share with you news of my new endeavor: The London Song Company (formerly the Songwriters Collective).

The passionate core of The London Song Company is in recognising the value of the song, song writing and performance for its potent, unique, means of expression, its musical poetry and powerful story telling power - a window into a world in a few minutes.

To this end, we offer services and opportunities for songwriters and songwriter performers - from the aspiring and already professional songwriter and performer to those wanting to write their first song.

We're offering four 12 Songs intensive weekends in 2011, designed for those already engaged in songwriting and performance, and who relish the opportunity of an intensive, focused, and fun weekend ending with a BIG GIG:

March 25-27, 2011 (London)
May 6-8, 2011 (Devon)
Sept 23-25, 2011 (London)
Dec 2-4, 2011 (London)

Visit our website for more information! We'd be thrilled to work with you.

updated 18 february 2011


What a kick! The long-lost music video for "Nice Girls" has shown up on YouTube. Enjoy!

updated 1 february 2011


In 2009, Deborah co-wrote with Doug Katsaros the new theme song for "Great Museums," the only nationwide television series devoted to America's museums.

The new season kicks off on Thursday, February 25th, at 8pm EST on WNET (Channel 13) in NYC. Their music will open and close every episode! Click here to see when the show airs on your local PBS station, or to request that it be added to your local lineup!

Click the video below to preview the new theme song:

updated 17 february 2010


Julian's new CD "Out of the Darkness" officially releases on November 8th, 2009, but you can buy a pre-release copy now at

Many exciting concerts are planned across England and in Weimar, so check out Julian's latest blog post for all the info!

updated 4 november 2009


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