Marci Geller's songwriting often captures and surprises even the most casual listener. Whether it is her words, her voice, her melodies, or the way she plays her piano or guitar, hers is a passionate experience that stays with you long after the music's over.
Credentials include: “Editor’s Choice” top songwriters by Independent Songwriter Magazine, performances on Live! with Regis, Good Day NY, her music in soundtracks on PBS, ABC Family, A&E, and others. She toured for two years as the opener for legend Ritchie Blackmore’s Folk-Renaissance band Blackmore’s Night, where she performed her stirring solo sets for 10,000+ people every night.
Her latest release “Square Peg” charted at #8 for May 2016 and #55 for the year on the international Folk-DJ. The lead track features legendary singer-songwriter Lori Lieberman, and was #4 May 2016.
"Marci Geller is a true artist: passionate and gifted with the drive to constantly evolve as a songwriter. Square Peg is a brilliant example of how a dedicated writer connects with the heart of their audience." Joltin Joe Pszonek, Radio Nowhere On WMSC and Radio Nowhere Internet Radio
"Her latest CD/download 'Square Peg' is chock full of memorable songs that, while defying categorization, remain 'Marci'." Norm Prusslin Founding General Manager, WUSB 90.1FM, Long Island, Co-Founder, Long Island Music Hall of Fame, President/Chair Emeritus, Intercollegiate Broadcasting System, Inc.
"Outstanding Music, Interesting Stories and an engaging Personality. Marci Geller is one of Music's Great Treasures." Ralph Watley XtraSound
"Gorgeous. And oh, so timely." Michael Tearson, Former Sirius/XM--on air host Deep Tracks
To hear some of Marci's music, click here.
The Grounds & Sounds Café features the best in live acoustic music in a casual, comfortable atmosphere. Enjoy gourmet coffee, pastries and desserts. Bring a bottle of wine and we’ll pour it for you (small fee) – fruit and cheese plates are available, too.
The doors open and sign-up for the open mic begins 7:30 and the show begins with an open mic at 8 p.m.