MarcScibiliaMarc Scibilia is a New York-born, American singer-songwriter with a little Nashville flair having moved there after high school.  He found success when his single “How Bad We Needed Each Other” (from his 2012 self-titled release) reached #1 on the iTunes singer-songwriter chart and he toured with the likes of Dave Barnes, Ben Rector, John Oates, and Sixpence None the Richer.

For his Sony/ATV debut, The Shape I’m In, Scibilia recorded it in his home studio (“guitars in the kitchen, vocals in the closet, drums in the main area”), with some additional production at the famed Blackbird Studios and Electric Lady Studios.  His influences are all over the board form the Beastie Boys to Lauryn Hill, and songwriters like Tom Petty and Paul Simon.

A standout song on this EP, “Shining Like America,” has one of those contagious feel-good melodies that make you want to jump on the couch and whip out the air guitar!  With the EP finished and a full-length on its way early next year, Scibilia plans to hit the road often.  Along for the ride: multi-instrumentalist Eric Montgomery and Scibilia’s brother Matthew, a well-respected session player in his own right (including touring and recording with the likes of Cory Chisel and Brendon Benson).  Listen to “Shining Like America” below.

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