Musical powerhouse Marisha Wallace is the woman we’ve been waiting for. A woman of our time. A woman for our time.
Her story parallels what’s going on in the world right now, but she comes through with a message of hope. Having suffered Covid 19 herself, she spent her recovery putting together a version of the classic Tomorrow to raise funds for those in the theatre industry affected by lockdown.
Eventually recruiting half of Broadway and the West End to join in the video, she ended up on rotation on BBC Radio 2 and made Number Two on the download charts. Now, with the support of Decca Records and an album of songs full of hope she is a force to be reckoned with.
Growing up in a small rural town in North Carolina, Marisha was first encouraged to showcase her beautiful voice at Church. Little did she know, years later, she would be one of the most well-known voices in Broadway and the West End having landed jobs in, Book of Mormon, Aladdin, and Dreamgirls.
With a sensational voice that is guaranteed to bring a chill to your spine and a tear to your eye, she proves she is more than a singer, more than a performer, she is an inspiration.
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