Marc Martel: Let Me Entertain You (Performance, Interview and Multitracks)

May 24, 2021
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➡️➡️Learn more about Marc Martel here:
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➡️➡️Watch to learn more about my Top 10 Rock Singers of All Time: Big shout out to those who played along with myself and Marc in the video: Jamie Humphries (Brian May, Queen Extravaganza), Tony Franklin (Roy Harper, The Firm, Jimmy Page), Pete Riley (Republica), and Steve Maggiora (TOTO, Robert Jon & The Wreck) Marc Martel is a Canadian Christian rock musician. He was born in Montreal, Canada, to father Michel Martel and mother Barbara Beresford Martel. He attended Briercrest College and Seminary in Caronport, Saskatchewan, where he formed the band Downhere with his roommate Jason Germain and a few friends in 1999. Aside from his own work, Martel is known for his Queen covers, and his vocal likeness to Freddie Mercury. In September 2011, Martel entered a competition to join Roger Taylor's (original drummer for the rock band Queen) official Queen tribute project, the Queen Extravaganza, with a video of Martel singing along with the Queen classic "Somebody to Love". It generated more than one million views on YouTube after being up for only a few days and as of February 2021 it has over 22 million views. This led to an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show a week following the release of the video. Martel went on to be one of the winners of the competition which led to a six-week tour with The Queen Extravaganza in 2012. The Queen Extravaganza had continued to tour with Martel until the end of 2016. In 2017, Martel left Queen Extravaganza and joined the Ultimate Queen Celebration. In 2019, Martel recorded a new version of "Silver Bells" with Amy Grant and Michael W. Smith that reached No. 1 on the Billboard Christian AC Monitor charts, and the Mediabase Christian AC. This was Martel's first career No. 1 song. He accompanied them on their annual Christmas Tour. Martel contributed vocal recordings for the Queen biographical film, Bohemian Rhapsody (2018). Film producer Graham King confirmed that Marc Martel recorded vocals for the film in Rolling Stone article: Most singing scenes in the movie rely on either vocal stems from Queen master tapes or new recordings by Marc Martel, a Canadian Christian rock singer whose voice is practically identical to the late frontman's. "Literally, you could close your eyes and it's Freddie," says King. "And that's a very tough thing to do." ❤️My Favorite Plugins:
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