Marcia Barrett was part of the most famous Euro-Caribbean Disco group of the 1970s, Boney M., which was founded by German record producer Frank Farian. Marcia and Liz were the only actual singers that could be heard on the group’s numerous megahits and million sellers such as Rivers Of Babylon, Daddy Cool, Ma Baker and Belfast. This year, while a new generation is rocketing the Boney M. hit Rasputin back into the charts worldwide (with Majestic), Marcia also released her album Survival (Expanded Edition) that is available on all digital platforms. When I contacted Marcia, she told me that she “would be delighted to share her thoughts on the career of the incredible ABBA that took us through decades.”

Marcia Barrett (Boney M.)