Let's Go out Tonight Marc Staggers
- 1I'll Do Anything for You03:48
- 2Never Knew Love Like This03:55
- 3Bring Your Heart Back to Love04:31
- 4I Can't Believe You're Really Mine04:05
- 5Saving My Love for You04:08
- 6Crazy About You Girl04:06
- 7Swing It Baby03:38
- 8Let's Go out Tonight04:18
- 9Let Me Love You Tonight04:03
- 10All I Need and Want is You04:08
- 11If You Love Me Say It04:12
- 12It's All About You & I Want You Back04:07
Info for Let's Go out Tonight
Contemporary soul favourite Marc Staggers delivers his new album, the ten-track ‘Let’s Go Out Tonight’ and the trademark production and songwriting is in full effect. Staggers has touches of Luther in his delivery while being firmly distinctive and cuts like ‘All I Want And Need Is You’, the late 80s feel of ‘I Can’t Believe That You Are Really Mine’ and the classic modern feel of ‘Let me Love You Tonight’ are strong highlights on a set that consistently delivers. The infectious ‘Swing It Baby’ has an early 90s feel while still dipping its toe in vintage soul while the slower ‘If You Love Me Say It’ and ‘Bring Your Heart back To Love’ ooze class.
Just put a little Soul in your Dance! With the Old School, Washington DC style Soul infused RnB/Dance mashup legendary singer Marc Staggers soars to the Top Of The Pops, you’;; do The Stroll down the Soul Train Line! With a repertoire of hits like “Bring It Home To Me”, “Keep Those Fires Burning”, and “Let Me Be The One” written by the talented Nigel Lowis on DSG Records, Marc Staggers returns to the Scene with this solid hit duet dance tune “I’ll Do Anything For You” that is sure to fill the dance floors. This song features the incredible talent of Ms. Nia Simmons, who in her own right has made her mark as a phenomenal female vocalist.
”I’ll Do Anything For You” was written by Reginald Staggers and Marc Staggers and Produced by Reginald Staggers. This hit song and the upcoming long-awaited CD “Let’s Go Out Tonight” are a solid collaboration between the two brothers that had been long dream of their late father, John H. Staggers. Marc and Reginald describe their collaborative musical journey as one they felt elevated their music to another level. In their words “they are elated with the new CD and are hopeful that the soul lovers worldwide will embrace the new music and feel the passion that was put forth to produce this album!”
A bit of Marc’s background… He started singing in the church choir and studied voice as he was growing up. His initial foray into music started with the release of several gospel albums, on which he worked with talented singers such as the late Clifton Dyson. During his college years, he also studied music with an emphasis on voice, and after graduating college, Staggers continued to study voice under the direction of the world-renowned soprano, Nelda Ormond, under whom he began to recognise his true singing talent, and Ormond was pivotal in helping Marc gain the confidence he needed to pursue a singing career.With four albums to date, the last being the 2015, ”Dream Catcher” set on Ralph Tee’s Expansion records which contained, ”Bring Me Back” that appeared in the higher regions of the Soul charts. If it was not for creativity and success of,” Bring It Home To Me”, Marc Staggers was ready to give up singing and change his profession, so he is very grateful to you for making his last single the success that it was.
Marc Staggers, vocals
a talented Washington, D.C. native—has released his new album “Key to My Heart” on Expansion Records, much to the excitement of many of his supportive fans. This album continues the soulful musical journey that started with the release of his debut R&B album “Then and Now” in 2009. His vocal style, often compared to famous soul singers of the past and present, will certainly captivate and continue to generate fan interest across the world.
The development of his unique style is the result of a lifetime of musical influence, including the late Luther Vandross. Marc started singing in the church choir and studied voice as he was growing up. Marc's Television appearances have been featured on the Maryland Public Television (MPT) program "Artworks This Week," with Nate Howard; ABC Channel 2 News, with Terry Owens; ABC Channel 2 "Grace & Glory," with Lee Michaels; PAX Cable Television show "Life Styles," with Deborah Britt; and the cable program "Glorify His Name," hosted by James McCollum.
Marc’s soulful voice has carried him into many venues, including singing background for Mom and Pop Winans at "From the Heart Ministries" and for Kathy Myers at Lincoln Theater in Washington DC. He has also performed and recorded with the Late Clifton Dyson and Stu Gardner, musical director for Bill Cosby.
After many years of pursuing gospel music, Marc felt that his true heart’s desire was in producing music that was reminiscent of the type of soul music he listened to while growing up. This led to his debut CD “Then and Now,” which had topped the UK’s “Sweet Rhythms Chart,” for three weeks at the number one position. The album has received critical acclaim from music critics from around the world. The album has also made inroads into the U.S. radio market, thanks in part to independent Smooth Jazz/R&B promoters “Gorov Music Marketing”.
In 2011, Marc released a summertime single entitled “Soul Summer Love” that reached #13 on the U.S. jazz charts, and still continues to be played in regular rotation on a number of stations. “Soul Summer Love” is included in Marc’s new album “Key to My Heart,” which features such talented artists as musical composer and arranger John Stoddard; world-renown Saxophonist Kirk Whalum; and versatile Soprano Adoree Johnson, who appeared on the U.S.-version of American Idol.
Other behind the scenes opportunities have included producing a radio talent show that showcased new gospel acts called "If You Can Dream," which lived a short season on Radio One's WYCB 1340AM in Washington, D.C. Marc Staggers has also been featured on numerous live performances, including The Million Moms’ March in Washington, D.C. and at the British Embassy for former Washington Redskin Darrell Green’s Charity foundation.
On passed visits to the United Kingdom, Marc has been interviewed by Solar Radio's Deejays Dave Brown, DJ Bigger (now on Starpoint Radio), and Gary Spence. Marc also performed at Solar Radio's 20th Anniversary celebration and at Smooth FM's (now known as Smooth Jazz) TSOP event in Prestwich, which was hosted by DeeJay Richard Serling.
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