Tuesday, 23 May 2017

Mark Mackay's new album, Trials & Tribulations is now available




Southern California’s country-rocker Mark Mackay has released his new album, Trials & Tribulations.  The project is now available for download via major digital retailers.


Release Date: 1 May 2017
Label: Winslow Records
8 Tracks/ Time: 32:02

Trials & Tribulations Track Listing:
1. I’ve Already Won (Debra Gussin)
2. Settle for a Small Town (Mark Mackay)
3. I Can’t Stop You (Jeffery Steele)
4. Road to Mustang (Mark Mackay)
5. I’ll Be Alright (Mark Mackay)
6. Better in Love (Mark Mackay)
7. Without Me (Beau Garner)
8. Reno (Alex Woodard)



Currently on tour with Joe Nichols and Jackie Lee, Mackay has headlined numerous clubs and festivals. He’s also had the opportunity to open for country stars like Frankie Ballard, Eli Young Band, Cole Swindell, Tracy Lawrence and Old Dominion, plus legendary rockers The Marshall Tucker Band, 38 Special, Richie Sambora (Bon Jovi) and Orianthi. This past year, Mackay played 230 shows, leading Music Connection to recognize him as one of the Top 100 National Live Acts. For an extended list of tour dates, click here.
Raised in the greater San Francisco area but a longtime resident of Los Angeles, Mackay is a talented multi-instrumentalist who can play guitar, banjo, and piano—in which he is classically trained. Mackay attended the Musicians Institute in Hollywood to further expand upon his musical abilities and knowledge.
Mackay is sponsored by Schecter Guitars, D’Addario, Seymour Duncan, Deering, and Red Bull.

About Mark Mackay
A blazing guitarist, an evocative vocalist and a songwriter steeped in authenticity: At the crossroads of country music and rock and roll is where Mark Mackay makes his stand. Fronting a powerhouse band, he rocks the room with rowdy charm and persuasive conviction. Headlining festivals, concerts and clubs and opening for country stars like Frankie Ballard, Eli Young Band, Cole Swindell, Tracy Lawrence and Old Dominion, plus legendary rockers The Marshall Tucker Band, 38 Special, Richie Sambora (Bon Jovi) and Orianthi, in a recent 12-month period Mark played 230 shows as Music Connection magazine named him on their annual list of the country’s Top 100 National Live Acts. Mark, who grew up south of San Francisco enthralled by country music and trained as a classical pianist, exemplifies a wide screen Western perspective in his songs. With two previous EP’s, he now ups the ante in a new eight-song collection.

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