Forming 'Seven', then DNA doll, M.E. was signed for what was touted as 'One of the biggest deals of the decade' in 1999. Recording took place in L.A. and London with Faith No More producer Matt Wallace on Telstar Records.
In 2000, M.E. recorded an EP with Andy Gill, played the 2nd Isle of Wight festival in 2002 and Glastonbury in 2003 before being personally invited by Slash to write/record in L.A.
That resulted in 4, yet unreleased tracks – including an early version of ‘Slither’. Eden then joined forces with Ariel Bender, aka Luther Grosvenor, (Mott the Hoople/Spooky Tooth guitarist) and toured the AB Band, supporting Rod Stewart in 2007.
He appears on the Mott the Hoople Family Anthology record, and Luther’s If you Dare album (2011). He then formed Men & Gods with long-term Seven/DNA collaborator Alrick Guyler who were signed to Pacific Records in 2011. Around this time, he formed The Peckham Cowboys with Guy Bailey (Quireboys), and Dale Hodgkinson who signed to Cargo Records.
Their album Flog It was released in 2011, and the second album - the critically acclaimed '10 Tales from the Gin Palace' - saw Marc working with Timo Kaltio (Hanoi Rocks), and Nigel Mogg (Quireboys) and Darrel Bath (Ian Hunter band). This album was nominated for 'Best Album' in the British Blues Awards 2014, whilst Marc was nominated for 'Best Vocalist'.
A live, limited-edition album: 'LIVE:WIRED!' taken from the Flog It tour was released in 2015. In 2017, Marc struck up a friendship with Peter Doherty of the Libertines who co-writes ‘Mother Mary’. The pair toured together in 2019 in support of Peter's new project Puta Madres, culminating in a date at London Forum that year.
Bang up to date, Marc is releasing his debut solo album featuring contributions from Alabama3, Congo Natty, and Peter Doherty.
1. Next Of Kin
3. Cruel Britannia
4. Mother Mary
6. Rock Star Burning
7. All These Things To Tempt Me
8. All God’s Children
9. There’s A Star For You