Vocal Consultant to HBO's Cat House series. (The NYC Broadway Dream Sequence Song and Dance Episode).
Works with the singers, at the pleasure of the Music Director.
For “A Glimpse of Heaven, a Taste of Hell,” a documentary for PBS - Composing and Scoring for Film and Television.
For “Off Hand,” for PBS - Composing and Scoring for Film and Television.
This award is a favorite of Marsh's because fellow pro musicians in the Reno /Carson City/Lake Tahoe area are the judges. To be chosen by fellow professional musicians means you are respected for superior musical ability as well as demeaner, professionalism and how you are to play (work) with.
Houston International Film Festival – Music for “Choices” with Brian Cranston – Produced by H&A Productions
Houston International Film Festival – Music for “Yes We Can Climb That Wall,” Children’s Music Video produced by Temma K. Hammond and Sheldon Altfeld.
Houston International Film Festival – Music for “A Glimpse of Heaven, A Taste of Hell,” A documentary for PBS produced by H&A Productions
From The American Pixel Academy for music for “Just Once” a TV commercial produced by H&A Productions.
From The American Pixel Academy for music for "The State of Nevada."
This shows Marsh's range, creativity, intonation, improvisation ability and that unique "silk fog" voice.
This is Marsh's Blues style to the toes.
This is a song Marsh wrote, performed, and produced the video for. "Count My Blessings" This song was the "Pandemic Song" that so many musicians wrote, talking about taking their old "everyday" life for granted.
WARNING NOT a religious song and might have occasional consumption of adult beverages. OK adult beverages in practically every scene.
Marsh was snow-bound in Lake Tahoe and finally had the time to play around with his RC300 loop machine, which has 4 looping (recording) tracks, triggered by pedals, which he is triggering by hand. He is using a TC-Helicon Voice-Live Play Vocal Harmony and Effects box, set to preset 5 "Bari White." Yes this is all legit live, nothing pre-recorded. Marsh said "I don't know how rapper's free style, every time you heard me switch to music improv meant I ran out of (stuff) to say."
If Mel Torme and Ella Fitzgerald had a love child, he might have sounded like this.