Marli Buck

Marli Harwood

Marli Harwood (also known as Marilena Buck or Marli Buck) was born in Lytham St Annes, Lancashire, England is a singer and songwriter who also plays piano and guitar. She is of Eritrean, Italian, Welsh and English extraction.

In 1995, she was signed by Island Records' founder Chris Blackwell. During the recording of her debut album, Blackwell decided to sell Island Records, and the album was never released. In 2002 she appeared on Fame Academy but finished sixth in the series. Harwood then recorded several albums with various major record labels which remained unreleased or promoted.

In January 2011, Harwood's song was played to , head of music at BBC Radio 2, by her management team and on 25th Jan 2011 it was announced by the Press Association that the track was "Record Of The Week" on Radio 2. Harwood released It's Called a Heart via her website on 21 February 2011.


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