Canadian singer/songwriter Tony Marriott writes songs that linger in the mind long after the last note and hold a depth that demands repeated listening. He has a defiantly honest lyrical style, backed by his own unique brand of guitar playing and writing, that comes from years of experience. A veteran bassist with a sordid musical past, Tony began playing in various lineups inspired by 60'-70's Brit-rock. Especially the Beatles and Led Zeppelin. He then attended music school, M.I. in Los Angeles CA were he roomed and played in several bands with the late Jeff Buckley and later, Berklee College of Music in Boston MA. Eventually this led to touring with several high profile rhythm and blues act's across the U.S and Canada, and also becoming a long time resident of San Francisco's eclectic avant-garde scene. All this brought Tony back full circle, to Vancouver, where for the next several years he honed and infused much into his unique style of song writing. His latest, and third musical offering 'Solitude', is a diverse collection of songs that run the musical gamut from beatlesque pop to shimmering ballads to guitar driven rock and back again. This new CD is leaps and bounds ahead of previous efforts, already regarded by a growing following of fans, to be must have, classic indie rock.