Marvin Parks ’93 is an American jazz singer who draws inspiration from his mother Zelma (a gospel singer) and the late Natalie Cole.
Currently living and working in Paris, Marvin has performed at various jazz clubs such as Café Universel, Bab-i-lo, and Sunset-Sunside. He performed at “L’Emission d’Antoine” on Canal+ and has sung at festivals in Serbia, Denmark, Germany, and Italy.
In 2014, he appeared on Free Souls, produced by Nicola Conte and released by Schema Records. He also released his first self-titled album association with Bonsai Music. Marvin’s first opus has been produced by Nicola Conte and features a mix of jazz and pop standards, plus some contemporary songs.
Marvin Parks ’93 has been nominated once again by Expatriates magazine for Best of Paris in the Band, Musician, and Singer category.