Milan, Italy, October 12, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- The world renowned musician and visual artist Marcus Dagan, after having gained the admiration of fans from New York City to Tokyo with his poetic lyrics and intimate voice, has decided to charm his audience once again with the release of the music track "Let me improvise on silence."
The piece was conceived, in a sense, on the online community for artists, musicians, scientists, and writers mina-grey.com, as it is possible to read an early draft of the lyrics of this new song on the website's Writing Contest.
Appeared online on October 9th, this piece is already a hit on the website, both in terms of sales, and in terms of views. The idea of bypassing large companies for online music distribution and launch the new track on a niche website appears to be an interesting marketing strategy.
Since his 1975 debut in Amsterdam, Marcus has charmed entire audiences with his poetic songs and his humor. He has been described as an "excellent lyricist" by Sammy Cahn, and Phyllis Hyman referred to him as her "favorite saloon singer." He is involved in several artistic projects, among which two movies can be mentioned.
Bill Lorraine, Tropic Keys Magazine, identified the most salient characteristics of Dagan's artistic personality summarizing them with "versatility," and added that "he is a singer's singer."
The song "Let Me Improvise on Silence," another experiment of this eclectic artist, will be released on all other online venues of music distribution only on October 17th.