Marcus Williams is drummer, studio owner/engineer, instructor and clinician. He is currently touring with Tyler Perry's play What's Done in the Dark. He also did the plays Madea Goes to Jail and Why did I get Married (both on dvd now). Marcus was in the movie Diary of A Mad Black Woman, and in Daddys Little Girls, both Tyler Perry productions.
Marcus Williams also taught John Blackwell advanced drum studies and technics, that he created to incorporate better hand foot cordination. Marcus Williams has worked for a number of artists through the years, including George Howard, Issac Hayes, The SOS Band, Ronnie Laws, Anthony Lockett (Cameo), Eddie Kendricks (The Temptations), Gloria Gainer, Candi Staton, The Pointer Sisters, James Bignon, Richard Groove Holmes, Will Downing, Mose Davis, Jean Carne, Nell Carter, The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Peaboe Bryson, Jimmy Bo Horne, Babby Mason, Vickie Winnans, and Darryl Coley.
Marcus Williams has done a number of comercials for radio and television including Nike, Turner Classic Movies,(TCM), Miami Subs, Sprint, Tide, Atlanta Constitution, Kleenex, Appalbees, ESPN, and Reebok.
In 2007 Marcus Williams launched Urban Drummer Magazine featuring Jazz, Hip Hop, Gospel, R&B, Latin and blues drummers and percussionists.