Marcie started her singing career in 1960 at the age of fifteen with the Thunderbirds at Canterbury Ballroom and Preston Town Hall. She then joined up with Normie Rowe and The Playboys.
During 1969 and 1970, 'Marcie and the Cookies' performed extensively throughout Asia and Europe and toured the United Kingdom with Cliff Richard and the Shadows.
They are still performing as a world class act and celebrated thirty years of performing together in November 1997.
Marcie has toured with The Seekers, The Monkeys, Cliff Richard, Tom Jones and supported Gene Pitney on five national tours. Additionaly, Marcie was presented with an award from WEA Records in 1987 for her contribution to Australian music.
In 1999, Marcie released a four track CD titled "Pure Heart". One of the tracks from this CD, her own composition -"George Jones" written about her father, won her a nomination at the 1999 Victorian Country Music Awards for Best Female Singer. She has won further nominations in the same category for both the 2000 and 2001 awards singing her own songs "Butterfly of Love" and "Long Boots".
Marcie is still singing with that strong sassy voice and entertaining in the way she loves, and performing with her own band in the club and corporate areas. Her charisma, enthusiasm and ability to relate to an audience has found her a new legion of fans.