Tracey and Vance Marino’s exciting music was featured on Disney/Touchstone Pictures film "The Last Song," starring Miley Cyrus, and on TV shows like "Man v. Food," with Adam Richman, "Little Miss Perfect," and a very popular daytime talk show and its affiliates. Their compositions have been included in over 600 Films, TV shows and other media projects. Using real instruments, their high-quality tracks continue to be the choice of many discerning music buyers. Their elegant Jazz, sultry Latin or Classical Baroque Harpsichord will add a touch of class to any dramatization.
Tracey and Vance Marino met in 1995 at the Belly Up Tavern in San Diego after they realized their dates for the evening had stood them up. Much to the thrill of their California fans, Vance and Tracey continue performing, writing, and producing music, as they have been since that lovely evening when they met, when fate so magically worked its charm.
In addition to Tracey and Vance's original compositions here, check out their four other sites which include some of the most beautiful and thrilling public domain (PD) music ever written. You will find many memorable songs at their "Music Boutique" and festive holiday tracks at their "Christmas Music Boutique" and creepy horror music on "Spooky Music Bootique," and finally, music both sentimental and romantic at the "Wedding Music Boutique."
Photo by Mark R. Weddleton. Artwork by AudioSparx.
Jump on the Ukulele Bandwagon with this fun piece modeled after the extremely popular "Over The Rainbow"/"What A Wonderful World" medley recorded by Hawaiian artist "Bruddah Iz," Israel "Iz" Kamakawiwo'Ole. Has a simple but tropical island feel and swaying groove. Perfect for commercials! Instrumental, Hawaiian, Hawaii
Ukulele music is the BOMB right now, and this track has an authentic, infectious swaying groove and a hooky melody. Great music for a luau or beach-side island resort. It's a nod to Don Ho and Bruddah Isreal "Iz" Kamakawiwo'ole. "Puka" means "hole" in Hawaiian. Time to chill, brah! Instrumental, Hawaiian, Hawaii
Soothing, traditional Hawaiian slack key solo guitar song. Pau means "finished" and "hana" means "work" in Hawaiian. Grab a lounge chair and put on some sunscreen -- it's relaxation time! Instrumental, Hawaiian, Hawaii
This fun, laid-back, swaying piece features a ukulele and a Dobro (slide guitar), common instruments in folk Hawaiian music. Think: palm trees, warm sun, soft sand, and gentle breezes by the sparkling blue Pacific Ocean. A little quirky, it's great for commercials. Instrumental, Hawaiian, Hawaii