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Marcus Eaton is a world class singer-songwriter, guitarist and composer known for his work as a solo artist and collaboration with two-time Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee David Crosby. He hailed Marcus as "one of the best young singer-songwriters in America - maybe even the world. And he plays guitar like god on a good day."
Marcus and David’s musical collaboration evolved over their shared interests in innovative guitar tunings and songwriting aesthetics. Marcus ended up co-writing a number of songs, singing harmony, and joining Crosby's legendary band on tour and television and radio appearances. When it came time to score the documentary David Crosby: Remember My Name premiering in competition at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival, director A.J. Eaton wanted to channel Crosby's original jazz influences and the '60s-era Laurel Canyon acoustic rock scene. And Marcus, A.J.'s brother, was a perfect choice.
In 2021 Marcus played guitar and worked on the score for the blockbuster Netflix film: The Harder They Fall.
He went viral on TikTok with his rendition of The Last of the Mohicans with a Pickaso guitar bow.
Marcus has a new album tentatively titled 'What Is Real' set for release in 2023. He was raised in Idaho and splits his time between Los Angeles and Italy.
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“[Marcus] is incredible, the best young singer-songwriter I've heard in ages."
-David Crosby, Interview in La Repubblica, Italy
"Marcus is one of the greatest guitarists I have ever heard and I mean it!”
-Dominic Miller, Guitarist for Sting
"Marcus is a world-class performer, a talented guitarist, and a gifted singer-songwriter. He is also a great person, reliable, and always a pleasure to work with.” - Stephen Bishop
“Truthfully, I think he’s one of the best young singer-songwriter guys in America, maybe in the world...He’s an enormously talented person. And it comes from a very, very good place. People who really listen to music, I think, will find him just a joy. He’s a really brilliant writer. And he just plays guitar like God on a good day.”
- David Crosby