Michael Mark (musician)

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Michael Mark is an American musician, composer, and actor. Mark won a Drama Desk Award for his performance in the Broadway Musical, I Love My Wife and he was also part of the original cast of Harry Chapin’s Cotton Patch Gospel, a role that he also played for the televised version of the show.[1] Mark also works as a composer for television programs. Probably Mark’s best-known composition is the theme song for the TV show Entertainment Tonight. Currently Mark spends his musical time writing, touring and performing with Tom Chapin, sharing in Grammy Award nominations for Tom’s albums of family music. Mark has also recorded a solo album entitled Good To Be Here which was released in 2005.[2]

On February 12, 2009, Michael joined the Aaron Copland School of Music at Queens College orchestra and chorus, along with the Riverside Inspirational Choir and NYC Labor Choir, in honoring Abraham Lincoln's 200th birthday at the Riverside Church in New York City. Under the direction of Maurice Peress, they performed Earl Robinson's "The Lonesome Train: A Music Legend for Actors, Folk Singers, Choirs, and Orchestra" in which Michael was the balladeer.[3]

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I Love My Wife excerpt

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