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After playing in multiple bands with major deals & arena tours (including BON JOVI, KISS, VAN HALEN) MARC FERRARI formed MasterSource, which has become one of the most successful independent music publishing companies in the USA, licensing over 350 songs to film and television in under 5 years. He has placed songs in many major motion pictures, including Steven Segal’s “Under Siege 2,” Disney’s “Man Of The House,” “Fatherhood,” “Life with Mikey,” “Money For Nothing,” “Blank Check,” “ and “Mighty Ducks 2,” as well as hit TV shows “ER,” “Lois and Clark,” “Sisters,” “X-Files,” “Guiding Light,” “General Hospital,” and “Mad About You,” among others. 1992 also saw the formulation of his current band, “Medicine Wheel,” which went on to release its debut album entitled “First Things First” via the Dream Circle label in Europe and Alfa/Brunette in Japan. The band played in Japan in November, 1994 and has since recorded its sophomore effort “Immoral Fabric.” 1995 saw the release of Marc’s first ever solo effort, entitled “Marc Ferrari & Friends: Guest List.” This exciting release features many of Marc’s friends from the rock community, and showcases his diverse writing and playing talents. It is an album which has been a long time in the making, and certainly one that bas been eagerly awaited. Including performances from MSG’s Robin McAuley, Autograph’s Steve Plunkett, Medicine Wheel’s Michael Mulholland, Blackthorne’s Bob Kulick, and Black n’ Blue’s Tommy Thayer, “Guest List” is a first-rate collection of first-rate talent, and another page in the ever-expanding book of Marc Ferrari’s illustrious career. In 1996, the Summer Olympics came calling, and Marc responded by writing 2 theme songs that were used in for video productions, “Capture The Dream”, and “Chance Of A Lifetime”. In addition, 9 other songs from his catalog were used in various athlete profiles and special segments. Later that year, he was presented with a special achievement award from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for his contributions to the 1996 Emmy-award winning daytime soap opera “Guiding Light”. He has songs placed in over 1000 Movies & TV Shows & counting! Marc brings his success techniques & passion to see you succeed to IES! Be there or miss this golden opportunity!