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Sounds Like: Murder By Death, The White Buffalo, Johnny Cash, Mumford and Sons, BOB WAYNE
Label: Rail Rider Records
Bio: I could tell you all kinds of crap about how good I am, but that just seems lame to me. Truth is, I absolutely LOVE music, which drives me to work very hard at making great songs and putting on a fun live show!
Take a listen... decide for yourself. If you really like it, tell a friend for me!
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: Badass poster by #ZoomaDesign for a show with our good friends The Drunken Cuddle... June 25th, at La https://t.co/oMtiKzw1fn
“Right off the bat, I can't help but love a guy whose web address is ihateduanemark.com. I don't know the man, or if he's despised in his hometown of Victorville, CA (I've never even been there), but none of that really matters once an artist leaves the local bars for the interstate highways. From the look of his recent show dates, Duane Mark is hitting it hard, fresh from completing a national tour. From listening to Friends & Enemies, that's precisely what he needed to do. The recording is a little rough a points (which should be expected over the course of 13 songs), but that's what hitting the road for a series of one night stands is for--tightening up, and running songs up the flagpole to see who salutes 'em. The band tries like heck to raise hell behind him on the uptempo tracks (which dominate the disc), but Duane Mark's best performances come via his slower songs, particularly the duet "Grenades"--the best song on the album... Read the whole review at the link below!”