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Mark Trone / Press

““The thirteen track release is loaded with lyrical displays of ingeniousness and catchy melodies on guitar. The electric and acoustic-driven compositions are Mark’s trademarks, along with an innate ability to sing clearly and compellingly.” “Mark Trone’s first commercial release is an adventurous trip into the world of alternative rock with rousing vocals, spirited pop rhythms, and catchy melodies.””

Matthew Forss, Music writer for Verge Magazine

““While “Embrace the Rain” from Mark Trone showcases his musical ability, another large part to the release is his composing side. This side of Trone’s personality is obvious when you listen to the words that are part of the thirteen tracks on Trone’s 2012 release. With songs like “I Loved You all Wrong,” and “Ghost in the Attic,” Trone takes on emotionally painful subjects of love and loss while doing so in a way that the listener will find themselves feeling Trone’s pain as the album moves from track to track. The sad songs coupled with the more upbeat ones help to make this release a well-rounded one.” “As it is, the album showcases Trone as a talented songwriter with strong musical and vocal abilities. Embrace the Rain from Mark Trone has many moments that listeners are sure to enjoy.””

Matheson Kamin, Editor for The Rock And Roll Report

““It is clear that Trone is attempting to leave a lasting impression on listeners and to connect with them on a level that is more than skin deep. This is an album that is not only full of self awareness, but one that is equally full of intuitive deliberations on the outside world.””

Alec Cunningham, Writer for Blank Newspaper, Knoxville, TN.

““This 13-song album is rife with contagious melodies and thoughtfully intricate lyrics.” “To summarize Mark Trone’s music would be to say that it is a light in a world that is sometimes full of darkness. Trone’s positivity is contagious, even when he is singing about pain or heartbreak. The title of the album itself is a testament to Trone’s way of thinking, and the optimism that he brings forth should be embraced by legions of listeners from all walks of life. His sophomore effort will be highly anticipated.””

Rhonda Readence – Contributor to “Exciting City Magazine” and freelance wr

““The artistry and knack Trone has for story-telling will aid in him the longevity of his career. For a debut album, Embrace The Rain is certainly a success and it’ll be interesting to see how Trone builds upon such thriving potential.””

Alexa Spieler - Substream Music Press and AMP Magazine contributing writer