Marcus Cliffe is a versatile musician, producer and composer who has worked with many famous artists and bands. On his biography page, you can learn more about his musical journey, his influences and his achievements. You can also check out his equipment, his recording studio and his gallery of collaborators.
Marcus Cliffe (born 1962 in Leeds, Yorkshire, England) is an English professional musician, currently the bass player in The Manfreds, a reunion of members of the 1960s pop group Manfred Mann (minus Manfred Mann himself). He has also worked with, amongst others, Brendan Croker, Mark Knopfler, Eric Clapton, and Rod Stewart.
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Marcus Cliffe (Bass) Born in Leeds in 1962, Marcus studied piano from the age of nine. He started playing bass guitar/double bass in high school then went on to Leeds College of Music to study Jazz and Light Music as a pianist, but changed to bass after one year and graduated in 1983.
Real Name: Marcus Cliffe. Profile: Musician, multi-instrumentalist, composer and producer. Writes and produces music from his Norbury Brook Studio in south London for both the music and film industry. Sites: marcuscliffe.com. In Groups: Miracle Mile, The 5 O'Clock Shadows, The Manfreds.
Marcus Cliffe is an English professional musician, currently the bass player in The Manfreds, a reunion of members of the 1960s pop group Manfred Mann . He has also worked with, amongst others, Brendan Croker, Mark Knopfler, Eric Clapton, and Rod Stewart. Cliffe is also a member of the jazz trio PBD with fellow Manfred musician Mike Hugg.