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“Sometimes, a million little changes just don't do it for you. After years skipping from cover band to cover band as lead guitarist, Mark Buerschaper realized that genre switching - from rockabilly to new age to classic rock - just didn't do "it" for him. The it came a bit later, after enrolling in a class at Old Town School of Folk Music, where he decided that songwriting gave him what the constraints of being a lead guitarist held back. Buerschaper now wields the harmonica and keys in addition to guitar, pairing them up with a booming, Roy Orbison-like voice that shares stories with convincing force. Buerschaper is currently working on the follow-up to his debut album No Figment of Imagination.”
“As a vocalist, Mark has a big, booming voice and an impressive range. At times his style is very reminiscent of Roy Orbison and, at other times, his slightly nasal tone shows a Neil Young influence. He has an expressive voice and a knack for down-home storytelling. As a multi-instrumentalist, Mark does an excellent job. He is a very good guitarist, plays a convincing harmonica and pulls off some keys on "In LA" and "Hazy August".”