Marc Rebillet At 9:30 Club
September 14, 2019
Marc Rebillet at 9:30 Club
10 PM | All Ages
Advance ticket sales end one hour before doors.
YouTube is awash with ads promising to teach you how to make a living from your musical passion, but you get the impression that nobody could shape the force of nature that is Marc Rebillet, aka Loop Daddy.
Armed with his voice, a MIDI keyboard and tambourine, his trusty Boss RC-505 loop station and an uncensored, freewheeling imagination, the last three years have seen him become an online phenomenon. Making up songs and skits about his love of women’s posteriors, Martha Stewart’s recipe for spinach or how mosquitoes are real life vampires, he recently moved to New York and signed to a booking agency, hitting the road to play his first European shows.
“I started uploading videos in a semi-serious way two or three years ago,” says Rebillet, who had recently been let go from a customer support job, and had no plans to pursue music professionally.
Growing up in Dallas, with a stint in New Jersey, he’s played piano since age four, and trained classically until he was 15.
“From there, I taught myself improvisational blues and ‘jazz,’” he says. “I put jazz in quotes, because I still have no idea what I’m doing in that regard,” he says, adding that he was also in the choir at Manhattan School Of Music.
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