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Marc Storace was already internationally successful in the 70s with the Swiss cult band "TEA". TEA released 4 LP's and 3 singles. After TEA were no longer active, Marc became the voice of KROKUS in 1979. After their first album with Marc, "Metal Rendez-Vous" (with the hit "Bedside Radio"), the rise to a successful international career was unstoppable. KROKUS played several world tours and sold over 15 million records and won many gold and platinum awards. After internal quarrels KROKUS disbanded and Marc released the only solo album "Blue" with the band "Blue" in 1991. The hit "You Can't Stop The Rainfall" is still played on the radio today.

In the 90s and 2000s Marc played in 2 feature films ("ANUK" and "HANDYMAN"), reached gold status again with various KROKUS formations and 3 LPs. With many guest appearances such as "Rock Meets Classic", "Schubert In Rock", on Manfred Ehlert's "Amen" albums or the rock opera "Test", Marc remained in the minds of his fans.

In 2008,the scene was surprised to learn that KROKUS would be touring with its original crew once again. The success was indescribable. Tours in USA, Japan, Europe and South America as well as 2 new studio LP's, which in turn earned platinum status, brought proof that KROKUS is still thriving after over 2000 gigs in the last 30+ years. In December 2019, KROKUS played their farewell concert at the sold-out Hallenstadion in Zurich. In 2020 Marc achieves an unexpected big success in the TV series "Sing Meinen Song" and starts working on his solo career. At the end of 2021 Marc performs together with Fernando Von Arb in the show "This Is Rock" in the tent. Marc will already be performing live with his own band "STORACE" from 8.12.21 onwards. The fans will be amazed at the enthusiasm and freshness with which "STORACE" rocks the stage. He will interpret many songs from his long career since the 70s.

STORACE

From his solo disc of the same name, "Live and Let Live" 

 

...and the recently released "Lady of the Night" 

 

Storace - Live and Let Live CD. Heavy Harmonies Discography

 

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I have the disc...anyone who digs Marc's singin' should dig this one.Some definite nods to 70's style on here but Marc sounds great.Another one of those guys who hasn't lost much vocally since his heyday.

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