Marquee Mayfield Nashville “Dance-Floor-Facilitators", that's how front-man Andrew Glass describes the upbeat conduct & energetic attitude of Nashville pop R&B outfit, Marquee Mayfield. “We keep the party moving,” says Glass. It's a new form of funk, with a flair of fetish for the past. "Who doesn't love those classic theater marquees with the big bright bubble lights? I've always been inspired by Curtis Mayfield and I love alliterations," says Glass, about the creation of the group’s name. While there's no one named Marquee or Mayfield in the band, there's a traveling cast of 8-10 flooding the stage with Glass, creating those overdoses of soulful melodies mixed with funk-frenzied grooves and disco dance-floor inspired themes. In the songs, you hear a modern mind, richly versed in the old school of soul and smitten by the large R&B/funk acts & pop-disco productions of the 70s & 80s. While still paying homage to the legends of the genres they hold so dear, Marquee Mayfield showcases the evolution of a group that has found their own unique voice. From the heartfelt, blue-eyed soul croonings, to the luscious horn lines & silky-smooth bass riffs, you can hear Glass & his crew of funkster-romantics channeling their love for an era gone by with a contagious spirit that catches you and proves relevant for today. Glass summarizes, "You should feel something. This music should move you - both physically & emotionally."