Orlando indie-pop icon Marc With a C will perform a fan-curated setlist on Sunday's "QuaranStream"


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Not even a dang pandemic can stop Orlando’s Marc With a C.

Even from lockdown, the indie-pop pied piper has spent the year marking his 20th anniversary in art with the release of a box set, a film and a book.

Oh, and dude’s already got his next album — Low Fidelity (or “How I Spent the Nervous Breakdown”) — in the can for a Jan. 15 release.
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  • Marc with a C
Through it all, he’s continued to perform regularly through his online “QuaranStreams.” Proof that personal connection is still possible in these times, the next upcoming episode will feature a special fan-curated setlist.

On Sunday, Dec. 13, at 6 p.m., tune in on Marc's Twitch channel to see if he picked your setlist.

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