Marci Anne Geller is an American singer-songwriter and a native of Stony Brook, Long Island, New York. 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.
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.
She has collaborated and shared the stage with noted musicians and composers such as Vance Gilbert, James Maddock, Adam Forgione, Alex Alexander (Drummer for Dido), Frank Bellucci, Frank Scavone, Brian Dunne, Kevin Dunne, John Tabacco, Chris Pati, Jim Dexter, Susan DeVita, Anthony Pomes and Paul Michael Barkan. 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.
Marci was a founding member of the acoustic trio Lucky 13., along with Susan DeVita and Cathy Kreger. Lucky 13 was active from 2008 to early 2011. They released one album.
Marci is currently working on her next solo CD to be released early in 2012.