solo acoustic musician
Around 15 years ago, Mark James Solo acoustic musician, started performing gigs in and around Nottingham. Since then he has continued to play and build a solid fan base.
Performances at weddings, local bars, corporate functions, birthday celebrations and for numerous Charities. Mark has played small house party gatherings, private parties in marquees, corporate shop promotions, and in front of 4000 people at the 2012 Grand National at Aintree racecourse in Liverpool.
Other corporate events include The City Ground - Nottingham Forest Football club, Etihad Stadium - Home of Manchester City Football club, Corn Exchange in Edinburgh and hundreds of weddings all across the United Kingdom.
His musical work has even taken him abroad to the Caribbean, numerous bookings in France (mainly Northern) Spain and New York.
Earning residencies in Nottingham at the Maltcross Bar, Tantra Bar, Lace Market Hotel and Coco Lounge. Playing as widespread as the world famous “Cavern Club” in Liverpool, corporate bookings at NIA Birmingham, The famous “WHO” convention at Bush Hall in London, numerous appearances on local radio (Trent FM Runaway Bride) and on TV for Central News in the Nottingham Old Market Square.
Being a full time musician, Mark is professional, smart and will work hard to make your booking a care free and successful, happy event.
Mark has performed at hundreds of successful weddings / party’s all over the UK. Performing as a solo acoustic musician, playing songs from all genres to suit all ages that would attend your function.
It’s a five star rating from me and my party guests!
"Mark was an amazing artist. He played a massive range of music – singing and playing a semi-acoustic guitar. He was 100% focused on playing songs for the guests to dance and sing along to and he gauged each song choice perfectly. He was really professional, arrived promptly and delivered a top rate evening’s entertainment. He is brilliantly talented and a thoroughly nice person. I would absolutely recommend him."
Lynn Rose - 7th March 2015