November 2, 2012
Marc Broussard has an uncanny knack for translating the classic languages of R&B, rock and soul into something totally contemporary and entirely his own. He’s been a part of the new music conversation since 2002, when he independently recorded and released his debut album, “Momentary Setback,” at the age of 20. But the buzz about Broussard goes back even further—when a lucky audience heard him belt out "Johnny B. Goode" at age 5 as he sat in with his father's band.
Tapped as a talent to watch pretty much all his life, Broussard has already toured with giants like Maroon 5, Dave Matthews Band, Willie Nelson, Chris Isaak and Bonnie Raitt. With his powerful, soulful and bluesy voice, he’s destined to become a TITAS favorite.
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