Marian Call is an American singer and songwriter living in Juneau, Alaska. Call has released three studio albums: Vanilla, Got to Fly and Something Fierce. In early 2013, she released her first live album, Marian Call: Live in Europe. The fifth album titled Sketchbook was released on December 1, 2013. Call is known for songs that range from eccentric culture, as well as her growing popularity through her use of the internet and social media.
|Born||February 24, 1982|
|Origin||Gig Harbor, Washington, U.S.|
|Instruments||Vocals, typewriter, rainstick, keyboards, bass|
|Website||Marian Call's Official site|
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|IMDb||Marian Call's IMDb|
The singer-songwriter is popular on the Internet and is known for his songs that have aspects of eccentric culture.
She was inspired by a DVD commentary for the science fiction series Firefly.
For her 49> 50 tour, she made stops in cities requested by fans.
She has included her family in some of her recordings.
It has a wiper signed by the star Firefly Nathan Fillion.
- Nerd-folk musician
- Musicians of Alaska
- Musicians from Alaska
- Writers-composers in Washington (state)
- Singer from Washington (state)
Latest information about Marian Call updated on May 10 2021.