Special NYC Pink Floyd Tribute

Hello Dear Friends,

I hope that all is well. Just wanted to tell you about a very special show that we have coming up!

This Friday March 20, 2015 we will be at The Cutting Room in NYC

Join us for an incredible re-creation of
Dark Side Of The Moon
in its entirety!

Plus Choice Classics from Wish You Were Here and The Wall. No Costumes, No Frills.
Featuring: Robbie Wyckoff Lead Singer from Roger Waters "The Wall Tour" and some of the finest musicians in the free world..... :-)

Heres a video promo clip for this fridays show

Robbie Wyckoff (Roger Waters The Wall Tour) Vocals
Graham Maby (Joe JacksonJonBonJovi) Bass/Vocals
Tabitha Fair (Sting, Carole King) Vocals
Craig Dreyer (Keith Richards) Keyboards/Saxophone
Rich Mercurio (Jonatha Brooke, Idina Menzel) Drums
Arne Wendt (JonBonJovi, Max Weiberg) Keyboards/Vocals
Marc Ribler (Musical Director) Guitar/Vocals

The Cutting Room
44 East 32nd Street
New York, NY 10016
(between Park Ave and Madison Ave)
212 691-1900
$20 in advance $25 Day of show
Doors at 6:30pm Show Starts at 7:30 PM SHARP


Heres the Facebook Invite

Thanks again for your continued love and support...




Never Say Never

In 1992 I wrote a song called "How much longer is forever" with Freddie Curci and Steve Demarchi from the band Alias(Formerly known as Sheriff).

Their first #1 U.S. hit "When I'm With You" was in 1987.

Their second hit was in 1990 "More than Words" as Alias.

They went into the studio with producer John Jansen to record their second album in 1992 for EMI records.

If you recall that was the same year that The Seattle Grunge Sound took the industry by storm and Alias's fully produced album was shelved and never released. (I'm sure many other bands suffered this fate as well.)

A couple of weeks ago my manager Barry Bergman got a call from EMI that they are now releasing the Alias CD. 17 years later.

Crazy ass business that we're in. I just got a copy of the CD appropriately named Never Say Never and I must say (taking into consideration that it's 17 years old) it sounds great.


January 9, 2015 Asbury Park, NJ

Marc Supports

  • Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America
  • American Parkinson Disease Association

Proceeds from the sale of "This Life" will be donated to the Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America and the American Parkinson's Disease Association.