Marc Scibilia is an American singer-songwriter born and raised in Buffalo, New York, currently based in East Nashville, Tennessee. His self-titled EP released in 2012 included the song “How Bad We Need Each Other” which was featured in the hit television series Bones. After the show aired, the song climbed to the #1 spot on the iTunes Singer/Songwriter chart.
In 2015, Scibilia’s version of Woody Guthrie’s folk classic “This Land Is Your Land” was featured in Jeep’s “Beautiful Lands” Super Bowl commercial. The ad fared well, making Scibilia one of the most Shazam-ed artists of the telecast and led to mentions in articles from Billboard (magazine), Rolling Stone, USA Today, the Hollywood Reporter, Just Jared, the Tennessean and the Detroit News.
His debut album "Out Of Style" was released on October 30, 2015 amidst tours with James Bay, Zac Brown Band and ZZ Ward as well as an appearance on The Today Show.
Scibilia collaborated with German musician, DJ and producer Robin Schulz in 2017 for Schulz's fourth single "Unforgettable" off of his album Uncovered. The song has been certified Gold in Germany and reached #1 on the German airplay radio charts and #1 on the German iTunes charts.
By the time Scibilia was 6 years old he started drum lessons and writing his own songs. In high school he began classical piano training with Steve Parisi, and eventually picked up guitar.
Scibilia grew up with a musical family. His father and grandfather were professional musicians while pursuing other vocations to support their families. Specifically, his grandfather Tony had his own orchestra and played bass alongside famed guitarist Tommy Tedesco. Scibilia's brother Matt plays drums in his touring band and has played for Brendon Besnson, Cory Chisel, Colorfeels and more.
Scibilia moved to Nashville after high school determined to make it as a musician. In 2007 he released his debut EP Fixity, followed by his EP From Brooklyn To Maine in 2009.
In 2010, Scibilia signed with Sony ATV for publishing. By 2012 he released his self-titled EP which featured his hit song “How Bad We Need Each Other”. The song was featured on the FOX network television series Bones. After the song premiered, it shot up to the #1 spot on the iTunes Singer-Songwriter charts. The song was also featured on NBC’s About A Boy.
On October 30, 2015, Scibilia released his debut full-length album Out Of Style. The album debuted on the Singer-Songwriter chart at #7.
Outside of his own records, he is a prevalent songwriter. In 2014 Scibilia wrote and produced the song “Bright Lights” for American Idol contestant Paul McDonald. In 2016 Scibilia co-wrote the song “Focus” with Jacob Whitesides for his upcoming 2016 release Why?.
Scibilia worked with Sony/ATV's Brian Monaco on a cover of Woody Guthrie's song "This Land Is Your Land" that was featured on the Jeep TV commercial "Beautiful Lands" for Super Bowl XLIX on February 1, 2015.
Scibilia has toured with James Bay, ZZ Ward, Butch Walker, Gavin James, Steve Winwood, Zac Brown Band, Ben Rector, Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors, Green River Ordinance, and Michael Franti amongst others. He has also opened for The Wallflowers, John Oates (Hall & Oates) and Sixpence None The Richer. In addition to playing with Sixpence None The Richer, Scibilia has collaborated with Leigh Nash of the band, where they wrote the Christmas song “Deeper Than You Know”.
In 2015 he performed at NFL Draft Town as part of the festivities surrounding the NFL Draft that year.
On December 5, 2016, Scibilia released a cover of John Lennon's "Happy Xmas (War Is Over)" with fellow Nashville-based musician Lennon Stella of the Canadian duo Lennon & Maisy and better known for her role in the CMT musical drama Nashville.
On February 10, 2017, Marc Scibilia released his single "Summer Clothes" independently through his label, Good Lander Records. And on March 6, he released the music video for the song via a premiere on Rolling Stone including dates for his first headline tour, The Summer Clothes Tour.
In the Summer of 2017 Scibilia's next single, "On The Way," was featured in his second Jeep commercial on TV where he was also featured performing the song on a beach live. The Summer of Jeep Campaign featured the Summer line of Jeep vehicles and ran from May through September of that year.
Scibilia collaborated with Hungarian progressive house DJ producer duo Stadiumx on the song "Those Were The Days" released on July 14, 2017. Scibilia's next collaboration, with German musician, DJ and producer Robin Schulz produced the song "Unforgettable" released on September 29, 2017 as a part of Schulz album Uncovered. "Unforgettable" has been certified Gold by the Federal Music Industry Association and has reached the #1 position on the German radio airplay charts and #1 on the German iTunes charts.
Scibilia joined Robin Schulz on select dates of his Germany arena tour on October 2017. On March 21, 2018 Scibilia joined Schulz at the WDM Radio Awards to perform "Unforgettable" in front of a record crowd of 90,000 attendees at Estadio Azteca in Mexico City.