Dennis Marcellino (born January 17, 1948) is an American musician, speaker and author of psychology, philosophy, theology and political books. He has been a member of some famous music groups: The Tokens (famous for The Lion Sleeps Tonight), Sly and The Family Stone (named by MSNBC as one of the top 10 rock bands of all time), The Elvin Bishop Group and Rubicon (who closed the largest paid-ticket single day event in history, Cal Jam II, 250,000 tickets sold, 350,000 attended). He has also had a number of CD releases under his name, including an international bestselling jazz CD with Mark Stefani titled "An Evening To Remember" (currently released as "Tenderly"). He currently tours as a speaker, musician and does media appearances. He wrote and produced the 5 episode television documentary

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  • Dennis Marcellino (born January 17, 1948) is an American musician, speaker and author of psychology, philosophy, theology and political books. He has been a member of some famous music groups: The Tokens (famous for The Lion Sleeps Tonight), Sly and The Family Stone (named by MSNBC as one of the top 10 rock bands of all time), The Elvin Bishop Group and Rubicon (who closed the largest paid-ticket single day event in history, Cal Jam II, 250,000 tickets sold, 350,000 attended). He has also had a number of CD releases under his name, including an international bestselling jazz CD with Mark Stefani titled "An Evening To Remember" (currently released as "Tenderly"). He currently tours as a speaker, musician and does media appearances. He wrote and produced the 5 episode television documentary "Proven Answers To Life's Biggest Questions.” (en)
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  • Dennis Marcellino (born January 17, 1948) is an American musician, speaker and author of psychology, philosophy, theology and political books. He has been a member of some famous music groups: The Tokens (famous for The Lion Sleeps Tonight), Sly and The Family Stone (named by MSNBC as one of the top 10 rock bands of all time), The Elvin Bishop Group and Rubicon (who closed the largest paid-ticket single day event in history, Cal Jam II, 250,000 tickets sold, 350,000 attended). He has also had a number of CD releases under his name, including an international bestselling jazz CD with Mark Stefani titled "An Evening To Remember" (currently released as "Tenderly"). He currently tours as a speaker, musician and does media appearances. He wrote and produced the 5 episode television documentary (en)
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