Marc Storace is one of Switzerland’s rock legends. To him, music is like a stairway to a different sphere: “It lets me switch off and recharge my batteries,” explains Krokus’s lead singer of many years.
He took to the stage for the first time at the age of just 14 and played with two local bands from Malta. Five years later, Marc Storace made the move to London in the hope of promoting his career as a singer. He finally conquered international stages with his untiring passion and unmistakeable voice and became one of the most familiar voices in rock. After the death of AC/DC singer Bon Scott, Storace was touted as his successor but decided to continue his career with Krokus.
In the 1980s, he created some of his best and most successful hard rock albums with Solothurn heavy rock band Krokus, including “Metal Rendez-Vous” and “Headhunter”. Despite splitting from the band twice, he returned in 2002 to rock the stage once again and write musical history. After more than 2,000 shows, 15 million records sold and many gold and platinum albums, Storace and Krokus gave their farewell concert at a sold-out Hallenstadion in Zurich. Two years ago, Marc launched his solo career as STORACE and a few months later published his first solo album.
In February 2024, the adopted Swiss singer is taking on a new project – with his legendary rock voice Marc Storace will interpret some global rock hits for Art on Ice, including songs by Tina Turner. Look forward to these unique moments.