MARCIA JUELL

Marcia's childhood dream, starting at age four, was to be a singer and by age seven she also discovered the joy of writing poetry. As a teen, she sang in musical youth theatre, school ensemble choir, and after years of piano lessons, Marcia composed her first classical piece.

In 1999, Marcia took a small pop song-writing class led by Jonathan Cain of the world famous band Journey, which profoundly changed the direction of her life. The next 5 years Marcia applied what she had learned by performing her new singer/songwriter style piano ballads in performances around the San Francisco area.

Marcia's dream became a reality in 2005, when her very first dance single “Free” (released by stage name ‘Angelface’) quickly entered a Number 6 position in the UK's Music Week Commercial Pop Club Chart.

That same year, while visiting England to meet with record labels and producers, Marcia recorded “Beautiful Day” with DJ Matt Darey, which, when released in 2007, became a Smash Billboard Dance Hit. Marcia's original dance singles are now globally supported by dance radio stations and played in clubs world-wide by renowned DJ's including Tiesto, Armin Van Buuren and Markus Schulz, to name just a few.

“Calling” (Black Hole Recordings), “Fly Away” - CyberSutra & Marcia Juell (Kult Records), Let It Flow - Bartlett Bros feat. Marcia Juell (Lunatique) and “Tartarus” & “Save My Heart” (Soviet Recordings) are a few of Marcia's popular single releases, all of which can be found on iTunes and Beatport.

Marcia's original material has been synced in the motion picture “Loaded” (2008) and can also be heard playing in venues such as Nine West Shoe's and 24 Hour Fitness gyms. Additionally, Marcia was fortunate to have several song placements in the 2010 Paramount DVD re-release of Beverly Hills 90210 and Melrose Place.

Some of Marcia's collaborators include: Santana's Myron Dove, Tower of Power's Jeff Tamelier, Matt Darey, Digital Dog, Lange, DJ Peter Presta, Scott Binder (aka Banger Bros & CyberSutra), Saint (producer of Free), Andy Galea (aka Sol Brothers, Nightstylers) and Alex Bartlett (Fabio XB).