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About Mark Growden

Mark Growden is a singer, writer, multi-instrumentalist, composer, record producer, visual artist, and workshop leader. Growden has released several critically acclaimed albums, including Saint Judas, which was awarded “2010 Rekkid of the Year” by music blog Stash Dauber and ranked in the 2010 Village Voice Critics Poll. Growden has toured the the US extensively, performing at venues such as the The Fillmore, Cowell Theater, and Great American Music Hall in San Francisco; Snug Harbor in New Orleans; and The Knitting Factory and Tonic in New York. Mark has composed original musical scores for a number of Dance and Theater companies, including Joe Goode Performance Group and Alonzo King's Lines Contemporary Ballet, with whom he and his collaborators won the Isadora Duncan Award for Best Original Score for a New Dance Piece. He has scored several films, including Blood Tea and Red String, which won Best Animation at both the San Francisco Independent Film Festival and the Fantasia Film Festival in Montreal. Growden has performed and collaborated with numerous musicians including The San Francisco Opera, Kid Congo Powers, Wendell Brunious, Stan Ridgeway, Ralph Carney, Rising Star Drum & Fife Band, James Singleton, Baby Gramps, Eric McFadden, Larry Sieberth, Extra Action Marching Band, Faun Fables, and Carla Kihlsted from Tin Hat Trio. Growden has ten years of experience teaching music in schools and currently leads singing workshops across the country. Mark has devoted his life to making music for other people, and to helping other people make music for themselves. See more at markgrowden.org. “...a little cabaret, a bit New Orleans brass, a pinch Appalachian folk with a spicy edge,... but hard to pin down, stirred with the gentleness of trees whispering on an easy summer day.” - The Taos News
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Genres:
Soulful Americana
Band Members:
Myles Boisen - guitar, Chris Grady - trumpet, Daniel Wood - French horn, Mark Growden - voice, Daniel Fabricant - upright bass, and bicycle handlebars, Oscar Westesson - upright bass, saxophones
Hometown:
Pine Town, California

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About Mark Growden

Mark Growden is a singer, writer, multi-instrumentalist, composer, record producer, visual artist, and workshop leader. Growden has released several critically acclaimed albums, including Saint Judas, which was awarded “2010 Rekkid of the Year” by music blog Stash Dauber and ranked in the 2010 Village Voice Critics Poll. Growden has toured the the US extensively, performing at venues such as the The Fillmore, Cowell Theater, and Great American Music Hall in San Francisco; Snug Harbor in New Orleans; and The Knitting Factory and Tonic in New York. Mark has composed original musical scores for a number of Dance and Theater companies, including Joe Goode Performance Group and Alonzo King's Lines Contemporary Ballet, with whom he and his collaborators won the Isadora Duncan Award for Best Original Score for a New Dance Piece. He has scored several films, including Blood Tea and Red String, which won Best Animation at both the San Francisco Independent Film Festival and the Fantasia Film Festival in Montreal. Growden has performed and collaborated with numerous musicians including The San Francisco Opera, Kid Congo Powers, Wendell Brunious, Stan Ridgeway, Ralph Carney, Rising Star Drum & Fife Band, James Singleton, Baby Gramps, Eric McFadden, Larry Sieberth, Extra Action Marching Band, Faun Fables, and Carla Kihlsted from Tin Hat Trio. Growden has ten years of experience teaching music in schools and currently leads singing workshops across the country. Mark has devoted his life to making music for other people, and to helping other people make music for themselves. See more at markgrowden.org. “...a little cabaret, a bit New Orleans brass, a pinch Appalachian folk with a spicy edge,... but hard to pin down, stirred with the gentleness of trees whispering on an easy summer day.” - The Taos News
Show More
Genres:
Soulful Americana
Band Members:
Myles Boisen - guitar, Chris Grady - trumpet, Daniel Wood - French horn, Mark Growden - voice, Daniel Fabricant - upright bass, and bicycle handlebars, Oscar Westesson - upright bass, saxophones
Hometown:
Pine Town, California

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