Mark Moss is a solo acoustic artist based out of Dallas/Fort Worth, TX. Mark started doing solo acoustic performances in 2001 and has been performing around Iowa and the Chicago-land area since.
Skills and References
Mark is known for his extreme singing range, dexterity on the acoustic guitar, and knack for reading the crowd. He enjoys performing and it shows! His enthusiasm with the crowd and strong skills has resulted in a solid following.
For a taste of his abilities, visit his website at www.markmoss2.iowaeducators.com or check out the promotional CD. Mark is a diverse performer with song lists growing weekly. He can perform in any venue – from a black tie affair, to a neighborhood bar, coffee shop, or concert hall – Mark is a hit anywhere!
Mark is highly recommended among party planners around the Cedar Rapids area, playing numerous local venues and private parties (retirements, weddings, and donating time to a variety of charity functions):
- American Cancer Society www.americancancersociety.com
- Local scholarship organizations
- Spanda Inc. / Eyecare Kenya charity for providing eye care to people in Kenya
- “Crystal Evening” charity for disabled children
- Katrina Relief Fund
Mark is also widely acclaimed for his original music. He released “One Last Day of Denial” in 2005, which showcases 12 original songs, and released “Perspectives” in 2007. CDs are available at CD Baby and at shows.
Visit www.markmoss2.iowaeducators.com to read the exciting reviews about Mark and his original work, link to music clips, or link to CD Baby to buy a CD of your very own.
Endorsements and Sponsors
Mark has been formally endorsed or sponsored by the following companies:
Miller Lite www.millerlite.com
Swirly Gig www.swirlygig.com
XS energy drinks www.xsgear.com
The Mission – What You Can Expect
Mark’s goal is simple – playing music people want to hear and cranking up the energy until everyone is having a good time! If the event requires a soft approach, that’s ok too – his focus is always the people.
It doesn’t matter where, or how big the crowd, Mark always gives everything he’s got, and then a little more.