In 1987, Marshal went on tour with Gorky Park to the United States, where the group made their concert debut in the late autumn of 1987. At the same time, the first video clip for the song "Fortress" was shot, shown on the popular music television program "The Don King Show" (Eng. Don King Show). In the spring of 1988, Soviet producer Stas Namin arranged for Gorky Park to perform as an opening act during the Scorpions' Leningrad tour. Despite the fact that the audience took the performance of Gorky Park coolly, the group did not go unnoticed.
In December 1998, the singer's debut disc "Maybe" was released. The album's songs, written by different authors, were in different styles: rock, pop, chanson. In 1999, the first solo concert of Alexander Marshal took place in Krasnodar.
And in October 2001, solo concerts of Alexander Marshal were held in Moscow at the State Kremlin Palace. Alexander Marshal's album "White Ashes" was released in October 2001.
In 2002, Marshal recorded the album "Batya", which he dedicated to his father, military pilot V. Minkov, and to all who served and fought and stand guard over peace. And already in February 2003, a new album by Alexander Marshal "Father Arseny" was released. This album includes an audio film, created with the consent of Patriarch Alexy II, dedicated to the priest Arseniy. Father Arseniy was repressed as a priest in the 1930s in the Stalinist camps. With his faith, he saved hundreds of people, it was thanks to him that they believed in themselves, in the future, in life.
In 2003, Alexander Marshal, together with the young singer Ariana, recorded a new, modern version of the sublimely tragic ballad "I will never forget you" romance from the rock opera "Juno and Avos". In February 2006, the album "Or So" was released.
In 2010, DJ Grove and Alexander Marshal recorded a joint track called "Late". In mid-May, the artists filmed a video for the song, the video was directed by Oleg Asadulin.
In 2012 he released the album "Turn around", in which he was the author of more than half of the songs. The revival of "Gorky Park" On June 4, 2012, the group performed in the first, "golden line-up" (Nikolai Noskov, Alexander Marshal, Alexei Belov, Yan Yanenkov, Alexander Lvov) in the TV program "Evening Urgant" on Channel One.
On July 8 of the same year, the band performed at the Invasion-2012 festival. On November 18, 2012, the concert hall "Crocus City Hall" hosted the anniversary concert of the group, dedicated to their 25th anniversary. The group also periodically performs as part of retro music festivals as a group of the 1980s - 1990s.