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Magic Marc Productions

I am an independent concert, music and event promoter based in the Minneapolis / Saint Paul, Minnesota area.

I am interested in creating unique, one of a kind, once in a lifetime, never to be forgotten events!

I am open to all ideas, suggestions, and comments for any kind of artistic endeavor.

Please feel free to email me with your thoughts.

Thank you.

Marc Evan Percansky

marc@magicmarcproductions.com

Life On Mars - The Band

Life On Mars albums: "Far" (10 songs. May 2015) and
"The Resurrection of Ants" (15 songs. April 2017)
available in digital download and hard copy CD formats at:
www.lifeonmarstheband.bandcamp.com

Hope you enjoy this David Bowie cover...
from which the band name was derived.
Thx for your support! - Life On Mars.

https://www.facebook.com/LifeOnMarsTheBand/posts/1483078795086927

Excerpts from a review of the new Life On Mars album
"The Resurrection of Ants" (15 songs - April 2017 release.)
Album review by Don Valentine on his blog page "I Don't Hear A Single" (May 2017).

Excerpts:

Life On Mars is the collaboration between New York Singer-Songwriter, Earl Kayoss and Fernando Perdomo. Fernando has performed and recorded with many of rocks icons over the years. He and Ruti Celli are opening for Jean Luc Ponty on June 8, 2017. Aided by Durga McBroom (3 world tours as Pink Floyd's backing vocalist) and Ruti Celli on cello and vocals, the band have fashioned up one of those great 70's Classic Rock albums.

Kayoss's voice pitches somewhere between Roger Daltrey's and Chapman and it's when "The Resurrection of Ants" rocks that the album is at it's best and particularly suited to his voice. Perdomo's guitar is outstanding throughout, riffs all over the place, he certainly lets loose.

"I'm Alright" is a real rock out, with constant tempo changes that compares favorably with a lot of the US Stadium Rockers of the late 70's. The Guitar solo on "I Can Save Your Planet" is a revelation and Ruti Celli's vocal on "Technology" reminds me of Maggie Reilly and has a wonderful Ruti Celli cello solo.

"Get Real" takes you back to the Marquee in the late 60's, a real blues rock treat and Kayoss's voice sounds Peter Gabriel-ish on "Either Way". The ballads are suited to Fernando Perdomo's voice as on "Crying Time", which sounds so Alan Parsons Project.

"The Resurrection of Ants" is a cracking listen and Perdomo's guitar is up to 11 which is exactly how it should be. The album is well worth your money.

"The Resurrection of Ants" and the Life On Mars debut album "Far" (10 songs - May 2015) are available in digital download and hard copy CD formats at: www.lifeonmarstheband.bandcamp.com

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