Born and raised in Buffalo, New York, a city of perseverance and resilience, it’s no surprise Marc Scibilia fiercely carves out his own path in the music world. Encouraged by his musical family, Scibilia discovered his passion for songwriting at an early age. “I was convinced by the time I was 10 years old that I wanted to make music for the rest of my life” he recalls. One month after graduating high school, against well-intentioned advice, he left home, landed in East Nashville and hasn’t looked back.
After tens of millions of streams on Spotify, national headlining tours, opening spots with Zac Brown Band, James Bay and Gavin DeGraw to name a few, collaborations with international powerhouse DJ and producer Robin Schulz, appearances on the Today Show, MTV EMAs, and songs in national ads, major motion pictures and Super Bowl commercials, and with a recent relocation to New York City, 2018 finds Marc Scibilia re-exploring his roots. Wearing his heart on his sleeve, he’s writing a new soundtrack for the Northeast: unapologetically raw and with nothing to prove, think Springsteen singing over Coldplay’s Rush of Blood to the Head.
My Goal of the Day: Eat, so I dont pass out.
My Thought of the Day: Consider it likely that someone else's story is more interesting than yours.
My Action of the Day: Break a sweat, do something that scares me.
What do you love most about Your City?
The people and the food.
Favorite breakfast meal & restaurant?
The omelet from Fairfax in the west village.
What are you doing at:
6:00 AM – Sleeping
10:00 AM - Reading / working out
12:00 PM - Favorite Lunch spot/meal?
Sweet Greens Salad… or burger from most places :)
7:00 PM - reviewing the work I’ve done for the day and thinking about where to eat.
11:00 PM - Watching The Office.
What drink do you need to get through the day and at the end (and how many)?
Most used App/Favorite Instagram Account?
City Mapper… Can’t get around NYC without it. Any instagram account that posts pictures of delicious burgers… or soccer highlights.
What should everyone try at least once?
Riding bike up the west side highway
Where do you enjoy getting lost?
Anywhere in the lower half of Manhattan.. I can walk for hours with no destination at all.