There are less than 50 of “The Best of DC Star” CD’s left and prices have recently been reduced! Now you can get Volume #1 and Volume #2 of the exclusive David and Goliath / Retrospect Records 2010 releases for $18.95! Whether you are reminiscing about…
Check out the following RMR Music report for March 26th, 2012! Yee Ha!
American All Star the new CD by Mark Bray hit #1 on Roots Music Report for the first time on March 26th 2012! It dropped down for a while but came back to #1 and as of May 14th 2012, AAS has held the top position on the charts for 4 straight weeks!
RMR – Roots Music Report compiles global data reported online from Internet radio stations playing all forms of roots music.
BREAKING NEWS - Mark Bray's "American All Star" has been nominated for the Indie Country Record of the Year and we need your vote!
The Independent Country Music Awards (ICMA) fueled primarily by indie radio action and requests on internet radio stations have nominated American All Star for Indie Country CD of the year
Check out the following RMR Music report for March 6th, 2012! Yee Ha! American All Star CD by Mark Bray debuts at #11 on Roots Music Report the top reporting service for internet radio airplay! RMR - Roots Music Report…
May 28, 1957 – May 21, 2011
Kenneth Russell Taylor, charismatic lead singer for popular ‘80’s band DC Star passed away May 21st of 2011 after a long battle with Lymphoma.
He had one of the best voices that ever graced the stage, although neither he nor the group ever got the recognition they deserved.
Mark’s 12-song debut CD “AMERICAN ALL STAR” is hot off the presses!
From “Country Night” and “Forever Again” to the hard driving “Smackdab” and “Let Me Know That You’re Mine!” there are no B-side cuts here!
The CD features fresh re-writes of two of Mark’s earliest compositions “Someday” & “Then I Wake Up” and a powerful 2-step dance cover of “Rocky Mountain High.”
John Denver’s classic was Mark’s pick for the cover song to record for the project and he does it justice. His story relates to the lyrics in curious ways and this rendition is shaking it up in country music dance clubs in the south where the track is being previewed.
In a recent interview, Country artist Mark Bray commented on his biggest musical influence, Garth Brooks. We thought it was worth a mention…
I got my first glimpse of “What I wanted to be when I grew up” watching a concert video with two of my buddies in my house in Florida. This incredible country artist took his arena show to Ireland and put on a sellout show in the Dublin Soccer Stadium. I never saw anything like it before … or since…