Mark Robertson (bassist)

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Mark Robertson
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Robertson performing with Legendary Shack Shakers
Background information
Also known as The Duke
Genres Punk Blues, psychobilly, rock, country
Occupation(s) Musician, record producer
Instruments Upright bass, bass guitar, guitar
Labels YepRoc
Colonel Knowledge
Associated acts Legendary Shack Shakers
The Dixiecrats
Flesh Vehicle
The Dirt Daubers
Eskimo Brothers
This Train

Mark Robertson is an American musician and record producer. Robertson is most well known for playing upright and electric bass in Nashville-based Legendary Shack Shakers, a "punk blues" band, from 2002 until 2015, a band which he was also the primary record producer for. He plays bass live for the Eskimo Brothers and frequently plays with country artist Derek Hoke. He is also a member of The Dixiecrats, alongside Shack Shaker J. D. Wilkes and members of Los Straitjackets. He has also been a member of This Train, The Dirt Daubers, as well as Flesh Vehicle with Tom Pappas, formerly of Superdrag.[1] Robertson has produced every Legendary Shack Shakers record since 2004's "Believe."

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Rich Mullins & The Ragamuffin Band