Zenia Marshall’s new video ‘Heaven and Hell’

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Updated: February 28, 2021, 3:00 PM

Young singer-songwriter follows mother’s footstep

Teodoro ‘Ted’ Alcuitas

Editor, Philippine Canadian news.Com (PCN.Com)

It took her four years to finish her song and finally Zenia Marshall is releasing her new single ‘Heaven and Hell’ tomorrow, February 12. The music video will follow on February 26, 2021.

The emerging alternative-pop singer-songwriter  says “Heaven and Hell” is a song about a consuming love that holds the power to bring the best of love and worst of pain into one’s life.

She describes her newest single as “consisting of heavenly haunted vocals, echoing lush beats, swirling pads, twisting ambient strings, and power rock ballad influenced guitars – creating an abstract ethereal blend of experimental unconventional unique indie pop.”

Marshall is the other daughter of Luisa Marshall who is best known in the entertainment industry for her Tina Turner Tribute and Luisa Marshall Band. Zenia and her sister Kimi with their father Steve all play in the band.

Marshall is also a professional film/tv actress known for her works as one of the leads of the “Date My Dad” TV series alongside “7th Heaven’s” Barry Watson & Hollywood legend Raquel Welch, the movie “Summer of Dreams” supporting lead to and singing alongside 80s pop princess, Debbie Gibson, and as a recurring guest star on CW’s Supernatural. 

She has also guest starred on “Supernatural”, SYFY’s “Van Helsing”, and cameo-ed on CW’s “Supergirl” among others.

 Although she is new in the world of recording, Zenia is a stage veteran, having sung and toured worldwide in her mom’s internationally acclaimed Tina Turner Tribute show since the age of 13.

Zenia has many causes close to her heart and advocates for human trafficking survivors as a TV show host corespondent on the TV series “Simply The Best” on SHAW Multicultural Channel and works to support foundations dedicated to caring for human trafficking victims and children.

 

 


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