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Mark Elliott was born on 1967 in Chickasha, Oklahoma, United States. Discover Mark Elliott’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 53 years old?
|Age||53 years old|
|Birthplace||Chickasha, Oklahoma, United States|
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Mark Elliott Height, Weight & Measurements
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Dating & Relationship status
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Mark Elliott Net Worth
He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Mark Elliott worth at the age of 53 years old? Mark Elliott’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from United States. We have estimated Mark Elliott’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
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Timeline of Mark Elliott
Mark Elliott is a songwriter, author and guitarist whose career started in Washington, D.C. and later took him to Nashville. As a songwriter Elliott has penned hits which reached the Billboard Top Forty charts, notably “Every Man for Himself” for Neal McCoy. As an author, Mark is represented by Brandt & Hochman Literary Agents, Inc. New York, New York, and has released his debut coming of age memoir, entitled, “The Sons of Starmount: Memoir of a Ten-Year-Old Boy” on Valentine’s Day 2019. The companion album to the book, featuring all original songs produced in the style of the 1970’s (the era of the story) is also be available.
Released Spring 2019 – This five-song EP of original songs written from the new Mark Elliott Memoir, The Sons of Starmount was produced and recorded as if it were released in 1977 (the year the story takes place.) Vol 1 represents the 70’s singer-songwriter version of the companion EP.
In the summer of 2008 Mark was commissioned by the TN State Parks and the Friends of Cordell Hull State Park to write the song “Cordell” and produce a CD about the life and times of the famous TN statesman, Cordell Hull. That CD continues to be used in Tennessee schools as well as United Nations educational programs.
In the fall of 2008 Elliott released his CD Good Life including a song by the late Chicago troubadour Tom Dundee as well as Wake-Up, written for Barack Obama’s 2008 US presidential campaign and used in rallies and fundraisers in the last months of that campaign.
In 2006 Elliott’s road led back to his Folk and Bluegrass beginnings. The new CD, Pickin’ Blackberries shares 12 new songs with some of the most respected names in acoustic music. Elliott’s guitar and voice, coupled with the likes of IBMA winner Jim Hurst, National finger-picking champion Pete Huttlinger and Americana divas The McCrary Sisters, make for a strong and genuine delivery of captivating stories.
In 2004, the album American Road set out to capture characters, towns and stories from Elliott’s well-traveled past. American Road attracted vocal collaborations from luminaries Don Henry (Grammy Award-winning songwriter) and Jonell Mosser (renowned vocalist who has sung with the likes of Bonnie Raitt, B.B. King and Ringo Starr). Elliott’s US touring through 2005 continued to include high profile clubs and festivals, including an official showcase spot at the Falcon Ridge Folk Festival.
The year 2000 brought Elliott back to a solo career and a successful new CD, My Great Escape, featuring a duet with Tom Paxton (Stars in Their Eyes). Described as an easy blend of folk and country with pop and jazz, the album was an Americana Chart’s top 70 CD and its songs were played on commercial and public radio programs across the United States and abroad. The song She Rode Horses reached #2 on the independent country chart, Inside Country. Sing Out! Magazine called it a “superb album” and Music Row Magazine said “almost too good” and “I’ll bet he’s a killer to hear live.”
Buoyed by wins in singer-songwriter contests at major festivals across the country Elliott began to build a reputation for standout live performances. However, it was winning the Kerrville New Folk Award in 1993 that really put him on the map and on the road. As one-half of the duo Culley & Elliott, he toured extensively in support of their acclaimed CD, Flight of Dreams(1993).
As a teenager, Elliott immersed himself in the vibrant bluegrass and folk music scene of Washington, D.C.. One of his earliest guitar teachers and mentors was Phil Rosenthal, from the famed bluegrass band, The Seldom Scene. A debut album (Common Ground, 1988) and a last minute opening act for Tom Paxton lit the fire of the young writer, leading him to Nashville and a publishing deal with Cherry Lane Music.
Mark’s debut solo album, Common Ground on the West Texas East label was recorded in the Washington, DC suburbs and released in 1988. It was Common Ground that first attracted he attention of the legendary Tom Paxton and ultimately lead to Mark’s move to Nashville, TN in 1990.