Subway Series: Marcqiese Marc, Frank Schaub, Bandits on the Run, and Moses Josiah

Subway Series is the fall season of Trinity’s free Concerts at One program, featuring talented NYC subway musicians. Come in person or tune in via webcast to be treated to the original voices of local singer/songwriters, bluegrass bands that put their own twist on the genre, a beatboxer with a surprising array of talents, and more.

Hosted by NOVUS NY trumpeter Brandon Ridenour

Marcqiese Marc, Voice
Nathaniel Marcqiese Rainey, “Marqiese Marc,” is a multi-talented, classically trained singer. Marqiese has performed at many venues including The Apollo Theater, the Black Nut Cracker, The Micheal Jackson Tribute tour, and The African Burial Grounds. Marcqiese also Opened an off Broadway play, “What It Is”- a hip hop spoken word version of the the Wizard of Oz. He specializes in singing classic songs such as those of Frank Sinatra and Nat King Cole among many other artists and genres.

Frank Schaub, Guitar

Singer/songwriter Frank Schaub performs jazz and gospel influenced American Rock on the electric guitar in small ensembles that include keys, bass, drums, electric guitar and voice, and also enjoys perfuming solo in the city subways.

Bandits on the Run
The mischievous indie-pop trio, Bandits on the Run, combine old and new with a mix of off-beat pop music covers, reworked jazz and rock standards, and originals. Adrian Enscho (guitar and vocals),Sydney Shepherd (cello & vocals), ; and Regina Strayhorn (percussion, xylophone & vocals), bring their unique voices and songwriting abilities to the table, creating a variety of sounds and styles that create a musical web of sound hard to pin down, and even harder to resist.

Moses Josiah, Saw