b. 18 January 1954, Annapolis, Maryland, USA, d. 16 June 2009, Austin, Tx, USA. From her bottom in Austin, Tx, Tina Marsh was often connected with a modern big music group, the 13-piece Creative Chance Orchestra (also called CO2), that was shaped in 1979. Furthermore to singing using the music group, she also constructed original materials and was in charge of a lot of their daring arrangements. CO2 had been known because of their eclecticism and, therefore, provoked strong emotions from different camps of jazz. Marsh documented a far more mainstream record in 2006 offering cover variations of materials by Leonard Cohen and Sting. Within the middle 90s Marsh was diagnosed and treated for breasts cancer, which came back late the next decade. The condition took her lifestyle in June 2009; Tina Marsh was 55 yrs . old.