Happy New Year Dear Friends.

Happy New Year Dear Friends.

I hope your holiday season was awesome!

We are very excited to announce these upcoming shows not to be missed this month.

We will be performing Pink Floyd's Dark Side Of The Moon in its entirety plus selections from Wish You Were Here and The Wall with our friend Robbie Wyckoff. Robbie sang Lead Vocals with Roger Waters The Wall tour for the past 3 years. Also members of John Mayer, Keith Richards and Jon Bonjovi will be in the incredible house band.

Friday January 9, 2015 at 8 PM McLoones Supper Club
1200 Ocean Ave Asbury Park
Heres the Facebook invitation

Saturday January 10, 2015 at 8pm The Shubert Theater in New Haven Connecticut


Saturday January 17, 2015
McLoones Supper Club 8PM
Marc Ribler and Friends Soul Town featuring JT Bowen for Light Of Day 2015

Friday January 30, 2015
The Wonder Bar 5th and Ocean Ave in Asbury Park Doors at 8pm
We will be performing A Joe Cocker Tribute at Featuring The Legendary Lance Larson on Vocals
Doors at 8pm


Wishing you all a Happy, Healthy and Abundantly Prosperous 2015

With Love



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.