Get It Wrong It's Alright
Marc Solomon (aka Solly) knows how to keep himself occupied. Since 1990 he has consistently thrown himself in to his song-writing and performing with enough passion and energy to counteract the collective 'whatever' shrug of the decade. The inherent wanderlust of his trade led him to relocate to LA in 1994. In 1995 Marc joined Tommy Stinson (The Replacements, Bash N Pop) in starting a new band sardonically christened, Perfect. After Perfect broke up, Marc spent the next few years writing and recording. Solly is the result of that labor, and it is by far his best effort to date. With the capable help of drummer David Mabry (End Over End, Pleasant Grove), Chad Stockslager on keys, Robert Cooper on bass, and producer Casey Diiorio, Solly's debut LP Get It Wrong, It's Alright magnificently showcases a truly original singer, songwriter and performer in a great rock n' roll band. Get It Wrong It's Alright is sure to bring more rave reviews to this truly independent artist. Here's what some people are saying: 'He's a versatile musician. He can play f***in' anything.... unconventional guitar stuff.... he hits me on my weakness. I've always liked a guitarist who can do something different underneath the song.' -Tommy Stinson as told to Robert Wilonsky-Dallas Observer 'Insanely addictive songs, belted out by an enigmatic, charismatic singer- a killer combo.' -Malcolm Mayhew-Ft.Worth Star Telegram '...smart, rambunctious and a little cocky. Everything about them feels right.... Gorgeous pop rock.' -Teresa Gubbins-Dallas Morning News.