Gone Marshall is a singer-songwriter, lyricist and producer playing in genres ranging from psych and alternative folk, alt-country & alt rock, to electronic and ambient spoken word. His lyrical and vocal quality registers somewhere between Lou Reed, Ian McCulloch (Echo and the Bunnymen), Jim Morrison and Johnny Cash.
He started playing guitar at age thirteen while experimenting with a 4 track recorder in various friends' Ohio basements throughout his teenage years. Early rock influences included the Kinks, The Who, Pink Floyd, The Doors, and progressive/experimental bands like Kraftwerk, King Crimson and Soft Machine.
He then moved to New York City - still a teenager- and pivoted towards film studies and production as a primary visual storytelling medium, gaining a degree in Film and TV from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts.
Gone Marshall eventually returned to music as a main creative outlet after having produced, written, directed and released two feature films, numerous shorts and several episodic and TV projects under his given birth name. He views music as a 'visual storytelling vehicle which has very much in common with motion pictures'
Since then, he has released a debut album called 'The Crunch', two EPs ('Bad Guys', 'Argosy'), several singles, and numerous spoken word/poetry and performance based tracks.