Music Career

Singer Songwriter Producer

About Denise Marsa: At the start of the indie revolution in 1997, while living in Los Angeles and after years of trying to break into the mainstream music business, with various twists of fate playing their part, Denise Marsa started her own label KeyMedia Group. Her debut solo album SELF was released in 1998 and was applauded by mainstream and indie media outlets. She produced the album with the world-renowned electric guitarist Bruce Bouillet engineering in his studio, which at the time, was run in a large storage unit in Burbank, California. She handled all PR and marketing for its release. She also toured with her band to support the release of her album.

She released LIVE FOREVER (2012) again on her label, co-produced by Canadian guitarist and producer Andy Gabrys. The album was recorded in several studios including Gabry’s studio who was then living in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Jono Manson’s The Kitchen Sink, also in Santa Fe, and Marsa’s studio located at the time in Morristown, New Jersey. The track STEADY from LIVE FOREVER won the 2013 Best Adult Contemporary Recording at the New Mexico Music Awards. Denise’s career kicked off as the mystery voice on the top ten UK hit, Lucky Stars, a duet she performed with Dean Friedman. She went on to become the lead voice on The Flirts international Billboard charting dance record, Helpless (You Took My Love). Marsa has lived and been under contract as a songwriter with Warner Bros. in London and Warner/Chappell in Los Angeles.

Her song catalog is currently being administered by BMG. Along with her record label, KeyMedia Group, she also owns and runs KeyMedia Public Relations and Denise Marsa Productions. In 20018 she premiered her one woman show THE PASS, sharing stories and songs from her life & career in London at The Playground Theatre. Her most recent studio project was released 11/11/2020 entitled RAINBOW from ASRAM 450 featuring five versions of her song RAINBOW.

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