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A finely talented finger-style guitarist with a silky smooth voice, Mark delights audiences with that magical blend of soulful guitar and beautiful velvety vocals, offering a large selection of music.
An accomplished songwriter, Mark also covers a variety of music spanning over multiple decades, from show tunes to country, rock & roll to folk, and rhythm & blues.
A few of his favorite artists include James Taylor, Paul Simon, The Eagles, The Beatles, Jim Croce, Tom Petty, Delbert McClinton, Sam Cooke, Eric Clapton, Jimmy Buffett, Stephen Stills- all who have heavily influenced his style.
Mark's fabulous solo act provides hours of "Fine Music for Your LIstening Pleasure" as well as his band!
He did a great job!
Mark and John are not only talented musicians but great showmen and all around good guys! They provided us and our friends with an amazing concert of songs from so many of our favorite artists. Everyone is still talking about how much they enjoyed their performance. Can not thank these two enough for creating the most perfect experience.
What to Expect
A veteran of the Pacific Northwest music scene, the Mark Seymour is one of the Pacific Northwest's hardest working musicians, delighting audiences with a silky smooth vocal and intricate fingerstyle guitar. This talented musician performs over 150 shows a year covering your favorites from Folk, Rock and Roll, R&B, and Country as wells as his own catchy originals. Marks music can hold an audience close in a gentle ballad, and then bring them to their feet dancing to irresistible melodies and upbeat rhythms. While comfortable in cruise control, Mark easily accelerates into the fast lane so you can dance the night away.
Mark utilizes Taylor Guitars and two different Bose PA systems for processing and amplification. The sound is superior in small to medium sized venues seating 300 - 500 people and the big Bose system works wonderfully well outdoors.
Mark provide hours of original and cover music with a professional awareness and sensitivity to the atmosphere. He is comfortable interacting with small and large audiences or providing light background music during dinner or receptions.
Mark will provide you that Fine Music for Your Listening Pleasure in most circumstance from intimate house concerts to large outdoor events.
A finely talented finger-style guitarist with a silky smooth voice, Mark Seymour has performed as a solo act for many years, capturing audiences with that magical blend of soulful guitar and velvety vocals.
Growing up in a musical family Mark started playing piano at four years of age and naturally moved to the guitar after watching The Beatles debut on the Ed Sullivan Show. Mark performed in choral groups, orchestras and bands throughout his early education, studying music history and theory.
Traveling the globe, Mark has played music with many musicians in many locations, studying different musical styles and rhythms, always learning more about the instrument and its application to the process of making music.
An accomplished songwriter, Mark has recorded and plays hours of his own compositions. His finely crafted tunes probe the heights and depths of emotion highlighting the poignant moments of our lives.
Mark also covers many styles of music, spanning multiple decades from show tunes to country, rock and roll to folk and rhythm and blues
Additional Booking Notes
I only require a standard 20 amp household outlet and a 25' square flat surface to set up equipment
Past Booked Events
|July 02, 2021 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm||Retirement Community Event|
|August 14, 2020 • 6:00pm - 7:30pm||Birthday Party|
Everytime I Roll the Dice - Delbert McClinton
A Little Help From My Friends - The Beatles
Free Falling - Tom Petty
She Means More Than All the World to Me - Original
Careless - Fred Eaglesmith
Fire and Rain - James Taylor
Homeward Bound - Simon and Garfunkel
Is That the Way You Look? - James Taylor
Fifty Ways to Leave Your Lover - Paul Simon
Wagon Wheel - Bob Dylan
Read Me My Rights - Delbert McClinton
Love the One You're With - Stephen Stills
Country Road - James Taylor
I Like Everything About You - Original
Peaceful Easy Feeling - The Eagles
It's the Whiskey that Eases The Pain - Darrell Scott
My Baby's Loving - Delbert McClinton
How Sweet it is to be Loved by You - The Drifters
Running Down a Dream - Tom Petty
Carolina in my Mind - James Taylor
Shower the People - James Taylor
Into the Fire - Original
Slip Sliding Away - Paul Simon
Mary Jane's Last Dance - Tom Petty
Dock of the Bay - Otis Redding
Come Monday - Jimmy Buffett
Roller Derby Queen - Jim Croce
Overkill - Colin Hey
Steamroller Blues - James Taylor
After Midnight - J.J. Cale
You and Tequila - Kenny Chesney
I Can't Quit You - Delbert McClinton
Have a Little Faith in Me - John Hiatt
Your Man - Josh Turner
The Best Thing - Orignal
The Way You Make Me Feel - Paul Anka
On Broadway - George Benson
Mudslide Slim - James Taylor
Knock on Wood - Floyd and Cropper
You Don't Know How it Feels - Tom Petty
Learning to Fly - Tom Petty
Angry Blues - James Taylor
Guitar Man - Bread
It's All About Me - Original
Yer so Bad - Tom Petty
Sweet Caroline - Neil Diamond
Little Wing - Jimi Hendrix
Mental Floss - Jimmy Buffett
Brown Eyed Girl - Van Morrison
In My Life - The Beatles
Everyday - Buddy Holly
Ice Cream Man - Van Halen
Bring it on Home to Me - Sam Cooke
Everything I Love - Alan Jackson
Honky Tonk Woman - Rolling Stones
Country Roads - John Denver
Folsom Prison Blues - Johnny Cash
Too Much Work - Original
Might Big Car - Fred Eaglesmith
Some Kind of Wonderful - GFR
Kansas City - Fats Domino
Your Mama Don't Dance - Loggins and Messina
Influences & Inspiration
I began playing piano at four years of age and was directly influenced by my Mom who taught music. I was heavily influenced by the Beatles, James Taylor, Paul Simon and Jim Croce growing up. I am currently listening to and being influenced by Darrell Scott, Fred Eaglesmith, Tim O'Brien, Willy Porter, Peter Mulvey and Cheryl Wheeler.
Small setup requires 110v household outlet and approximately 100 square feet of flat surface to set up equipment.