Marc Ferrer

He started playing the piano he was only 5 and studied the instrument as well as music theory at the Conservatori Municipal de Barcelona. Already when young, he felt interested in Blues and Jazz.

After playing in many and diverse formations, the year 1996 he began to play for Chevy & the Hot Wheels -today refounded as The Big Jamboree and edites three CDs.

 

He also played with The Big 3, Velvet Candles (editing one CD), Big 5 and has worked next to musicians such as Big Dani Pérez, editing 3 CDs with him, Agustí Burriel, Pau Ruiz, Eugeni Muriel, Alba Pujol and international artists as may be Dale Hawkins (composer of the mitic song “Suzie Q”), Barrence Whitefield,

Roddy Jackson, The Extraordinaires, Aisha Khan, Tommy Hunt, The Limboos, Drew Davies and J.D. McPherson.

He has played, too, in many concert halls among which the most important are La Boîte, Jamboree, Bel·luna Jazz Club, Milano Cocktail Bar, Marula, Casa Fusté, El Sol (Madrid)...

And he has played at many festivals, like Festival de Blues de Barcelona, Festival de Blues de Cerdanyola, Festival de Jazz Escaldes Engordany (Andorra), Santa Blues de Tenerife, Crossroads Gijón, Jingle Bell Rock (Alicant), R&R Festival Paris, Country Rock Toulouse, Rock & Roll Festival Attignat (France), Jazz Cittaducale (Roma), Moondogs (Ravenna), Hemsby (United Kingdom) and Rhythm' Riot (UnitedKingdom).

 

Recently, he has appeared at some TV3 (catalan public TV) shows, such as Ritmes i Blues a l'estudi and Cava de Blues.

 

Actually he took part in the Escola de Blues de Barcelona as a teacher.