Mark Houser is an established singer- songwriter in Nashville, Tennessee who is currently on Rural Rhythm Records. His release UNEVEN ROAD debuted on Billboard Bluegrass Magazine Chart at #9 on September 29, 2012 and has been on the Roots Bluegrass Chart for 32 straight weeks.. The single RIVER OF REGRET reached Top 15 on Power Source Chart by the Inspirational Country Music Association. He has had songs recorded by country's Rodney Atkins, David Adam Byrnes, and legendary Grand Ole Opry performer Jack Greene. Houser's song Red, White and Blue Christmas recorded by Greene was performed on the Opry.
Bluegrass group Carrie Hassler and Hard Rain recorded Houser songs Seven Miles From Wichita (reached #1 on Sirius Top 40 Bluegrass) and the song Hard Rain.
Also, Australian Scott Dann reached #43 in that country with It's Time and Italian pop artist Elena Ley recorded Nell'aria.
Independent artist Arlo Gilliam a favorite co-writer has recorded 7 Houser co-writes on his two albums. In all 71 songs have been recorded in his career, including most recently, in January of 2011, the song It's Okay by Russell Hitchcock, the lead singer of Air Supply.
Houser is also President/CEO of Writers In House Music, LLC (BMI) located in Nashville, Tennessee.
As an artist Houser performs ocassionally and considers himself a music fan first and foremost. "I have a great passion for the song. The process of writing and creating something that hopefully will outlive me and help in someway to make the world just a little better place."
Houser's song The Big Picture can also be heard in the 1989 movie No Justice as the closing theme. A movie in which he received his only acting credit in a motion picture release.
He has written with some of Nashville's finest including Rodney Atkins, Casey Beathard, Karyn Rochelle, A. J. Croce, Kendell Marvel, Sherrie Austin, Randy Houser, Brian Gowan, Ted Hewitt, David Kent, Arlo Gilliam, Reed Neilson, Mark Conklin, Mark Schaffel, Keifer and Shawna Thompson, Mark Carson, Anthony Krizan, Cooper Boone, David Adam Byrnes, Jay Brunswick, Heidi Raye, Kenneth Duncan, Jessica Kilroy, Tiffany Huggins Grant, Jimmy Bilbrey, Jerry Bumbalough, Teresa Boaz, C. J. Wilder, Kate Taylor and others.