Marci Geller

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Marci Geller
Birth nameMarci Anne Geller
OriginSuffolk County, New York, United States
GenresFolk, adult contemporary, adult alternative
Instrument(s)Vocals, piano, acoustic guitar
Years active1989–present
LabelsSonic Underground Edit this at Wikidata

Marci Anne Geller is an American singer-songwriter from Long Island, New York, United States. She is an internationally acclaimed touring artist with numerous soundtrack placements on VH1, MTV, A&E, Abc family, Discovery, FoodTV, etc. She is a member of SESAC and was also named one of the "Top 10 Best Singer/Songwriters" by Independent Songwriter Magazine. She co-owns the independent music production company/label Sonic Underground with Gian DiMauro. The label was birthed from Sonic Underground the recording studio which opened its doors in 1990.[1]

Early years[edit]

She was the opening act for and a member of Ritchie Blackmore's group Blackmore's Night (1999–2000) playing keyboard and singing background vocals.[2]

She has collaborated and shared the stage with noted musicians and composers such as David Amram, Christine Lavin, Buskin and Batteau, Vance Gilbert, James Maddock, Adam Forgione, Alex Alexander (Drummer for Dido), Brian Dunne, Kevin Dunne, John Tabacco, Chris Pati, Jim Dexter. Her husband/manager, musician and recording engineer Gian DiMauro, co-produced the CD Here on the Edge along with producer David Warner Cook. Her song "We Carry On" was performed live on the Regis and Kathie Lee show.[3][4]

Marci was a founding member of the acoustic trio Lucky 13,[5][6] along with Susan DeVita and Cathy Kreger. Lucky 13 was active from 2008 to early 2011. They released one album.

Recent projects[edit]

Geller released the full-length solo CD Open Book in 2012.[7] Open Book has attained accolades of No. 33 on the Folk-DJ Charts and was named one of the Top 100 Albums of 2012 on the Roots Music Report: Folk Chart.[citation needed]

Square Peg, Marci's latest project, was funded by a Kickstarter campaign.[8] The album was released in early 2016. A social media campaign ensued with the hashtag "ImASquarePeg, in which individuals posted pictures of themselves with the album they received. Square Peg charted at No. 8 Folk-DJ charts in May 2016.[citation needed]


Must Be The Moon (1997) (ep – CD)

  1. "Must Be The Moon"
  2. "Falling Down"
  3. "We Carry On"
  4. "Girls' Nite Out"

Here on the Edge (1999) (CD)

  1. "I'm So Angry"
  2. "Skin"
  3. "World Falls Down"
  4. "Here On The Edge"
  5. "We Carry On"
  6. "Not That Girl Anymore"
  7. "Light On My Face"
  8. "Make It Feel Better"
  9. "Look What You've Done"
  10. "What's Going on Here"
  11. "Falling Down"
  12. "Say Goodbye"

Naked (2004) (ep -CD)

  1. "Me Versus The Pill"
  2. "Suicide"
  3. "Home"
  4. "The Day I Disappeared"
  5. "Ok"

Box of Truth (2008) (CD)

  1. "Me Versus the Pill"
  2. "Suicide"
  3. "Day I Disappeared"
  4. "Home"
  5. "Close Your Eyes"
  6. "OK (The la, la song)"
  7. "That's Good"
  8. "My Last Mistake"
  9. "Last Night"
  10. "Secret She Keeps"
  11. "Truth About Lies"

Open Book (2012) (CD)

  1. "Day Without the Kids"
  2. " Gotta Love That Man"
  3. " Awakened Mind featuring James Maddock"
  4. "Another Breakdown"
  5. " Driving In Manhattan"
  6. "Thank You featuring John Tabacco"
  7. " No Weather Down featuring Vance Gilbert"
  8. " Little Light"
  9. " Promets-Moi featuring Jean-Philippe Martignoni"
  10. "Jack Sang On-Tribute to Jack Hardy"
  11. "Tom McCarthy"
  12. "Surf the Undertow"



  1. ^ "CelebrityAccess Industry Profiles". Retrieved July 14, 2017.
  2. ^ "Blackmore's Night". Retrieved August 14, 2009.
  3. ^ Bio on Wherefore Arts Archived March 24, 2010, at the Wayback Machine
  4. ^ Performance at Patchogue Theatre Archived November 26, 2010, at the Wayback Machine
  5. ^ Jacobson, Aileen (September 14, 2008). "Songs of Their Making: Three Musicians Team Up", The New York Times, p. LI10.
  6. ^ "Rising star 'Lucky 13' making music, and waves". Archived from the original on September 6, 2012. Retrieved May 22, 2022.
  7. ^ "Marci Geller – Open Book (CD, Album)". Retrieved July 14, 2017.
  8. ^ "Leap of faith: Time for the next CD! by Marci Geller". Retrieved July 14, 2017.

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