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Marah is an American rock band that formed in the early 1990s and is closely associated with the city of Philadelphia.

== History =

Marah was formed by singer/songwriter Dave Bielanko, bassist Danny Metz and drummer Ronnie Vance in 1993. After hearing the band play, the trio was augmented by Dave's older brother, Serge Bielanko, in 1995. The band's first album, "Let's Cut The Crap and Hook Up Later On Tonight," was released in 1998. To date, the band has released five full albums (not counting remixes and Christmas albums), ranging from the straight-ahead rock on âKids in Philllyâ to dance-inspired Britpop on âFloat Away With the Friday Night Gods.â Still, despite long-time critical acclaim, Marah have yet to find mainstream success. Among the critics and writers who have championed Marah are Nick Hornby, Stephen King and Rolling Stoneâs David Fricke.

The band played at the Bonnaroo Music Festival on June 16, 2006, which was highlighted by a cover of The Who's "Baba O'Riley". ==Discography=

*1997: Season's Greetings Philadelphia (Record Cellar) *1998: Camp Black Dog Presents: Rock &...

Background group or band
Origin Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and Brooklyn, New York, United States
Genre Alternative country, Rock and Roll, Garage Rock
Years active 1993 – present
website Official site
Current members David Bielanko
Serge Bielanko
Adam Garbinski
Kirk Henderson
Dave Peterson
Past members Mark Boyce
Mike Brenner
Jamie Mahon
Danny Metz
Ronnie Vance
Jon Wurster
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source: Wikipedia