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Michael Marcus Hearst was born December 27, 1972, Virginia Beach, Virginia and is an American composer, multi-instrumentalist and writer.
His musical instruments include claviola, theremin, guitar, piano, drums and bass. He earned a degree in music composition from Virginia Commonwealth University.
He has been a founding member of the groups Schwa, Fashion Central, Maud Gonne, Anon, and One Ring Zero. One Ring Zero's acclaimed album, As Smart As We Are, includes lyrics contributed by various authors including Paul Auster, Margaret Atwood, Jonathan Lethem, A.M. Homes, Neil Gaiman, Rick Moody and Dave Eggers. His most recent works include a solo album entitled Songs For Ice Cream Trucks the website Songs For Newsworthy News and the soundtrack for the film The Good Mother.
Hearst also established Urban Geek Studios and Urban Geek Records, where he has produced, recorded, and worked on post production for a number of bands and projects including Guided by Voices, Kansas, and Robert Creeley.
Hearst has performed and given lectures and workshops at universities, museums, and cultural centers around the world. He has also appeared on such shows at NPR's Fresh Air,A+E's Breakfast With The Arts, and NBC's The Today Show.
As a writer, Hearst's stories have appeared in literary journals such as McSweeney's Internet Tendency,Post Road,Parenthetical Note,The Lifted Brow,and The Muse Apprentice Guild.
In 2008, Hearst toured with The Magnetic Fields as their support act, reading flash-non-fiction stories, and performing selections from Songs For Newsworthy News.
In April, 2009, Hearst performed Terry Riley's Concert in C alongside the Kronos Quartet, Philip Glass, Dave Douglas (trumpeter), Osvaldo Golijov, Morton Subotnick, and many others at Carnegie Hall in New York City.