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1973 to 1986 Marshall Styler recorded and toured with the
renowned Rochester, NY Rock band, Duke
Jupiter. The band had seven albums to their credit on
Mercury, Epic-CBS and Motown.
1986 he decided to leave the rock-n-roll life and moved from
his home in New York to Austin, Texas. Although he was the
lead singer and songwriter for the band, he began to feel
limited by lyrics and began composing instrumental pieces.
1991, he released Camden Road, his first instrumental album.
This was a compilation of live performances on synthesizers.
music is not space or soundscape music. I compose instrumental
pieces that have a definite structure based around melodies.
There are no words to tie it all down so there is a certain
dream-like quality inherent in my sound."
consider myself an impressionist, in the spirit of the
French impressionist painters - Degas, Monet and Matisse.
They worked with color and emotion and have a powerful
elegance that I strive for in my music."
As featured in New Age Reporter...
Marshall Styler is one of those artists who knows how to take us into musical landscapes full of melodic harmony. Wisely combining the Pop roots of his musical career with his most symphonic side and the possibilities of electronics, he transports us to dreamy, sensual worlds. The fusion achieved between the piano and the synthesizers is complete. Marshall CD’s are highly recommended for those who love the most romantic side of contemporary instrumental music. A true delight for the ears from the first to the last theme.
In the News See Marshall's article in the Rochester, NY Democrat & Chronicle Newspaper
In memory of my wife, Kate
After battling breast cancer for 11 years, my beautiful wife, Kate passed away on January 2, 2011. Thank you to all who have supported our music over the years, and thanks to everybody for your thoughts, prayers, and overwhelming generosity.