Jocko Marcellino | Thank You for Your Service

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Thank You for Your Service

by Jocko Marcellino

Country Blues
Genre: Country: Country Blues
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Jocko Marcellino from Sha Na Na honors our veterans and enlisted men and women with his new song “Thank You For Your Service”.
Over four decades ago he was the first to walk onstage as a Sha Na Na “greased and ready to rock ‘n’ roll” in 1969. That same year, at age 19, he appeared with the group at the Woodstock Festival. Jocko holds the distinction of performing in both the most successful music documentary ever (Woodstock) and the most successful rock and roll film musical ever (Grease). Juggling his schedule around his touring, Jocko earned both a B.A. from Columbia and a Masters in Drama from New York University.
When not with Sha Na Na, Jocko is an actor, producer and a songwriter. His acting credits include television’s “Veronica Mars”, “NYPD Blue”, “Alley McBeal”, “The Tiger Woods Story”, “Herman’s Head”, “Good Advice”, ”18 Wheels of Justice”, “The Invisible Man”, “Amazing Stories” and the “Gary Shandling Show”. His film credits include: "Rainman", "National Security" and "Hot To Trot". Jocko has also written and performed songs for the films "Rainman", "That's Life" and "The Night Of The Comet"; and television shows “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit”, "The Office", "Terriers", "Castle", "Kath & Kim", "Parks and Recreation” and ESPN's "Monday Countdown" ("C'mon Man" theme song). In addition, he performed and produced an arrangement of “Take Me Out To The Ballgame” for the motion picture "Benchwarmers". Jocko has produced Sha Na Na's last five CDs.



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