Mark Krurnowski’s instrumental music has been included in programming on ABC-TV, The Bravo Network (Emmy award winning series, Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List), The Discovery Channel, The Oxygen Channel and XM & Sirius satellite radio. In April 2006, Mark started a great relationship with the Weather Channel and has since had over 5,000 plays on the network. A compilation of featured Weather Channel artists was released nationally and included his tune “Wait a Minute”. As of late December 2007, the CD peaked at # 1 on Billboard’s Contemporary Jazz Charts!
Mark’s music is also used internationally in television programming in Australia, Mexico, France, the Netherlands, Chile and Canada. In April 2004, Mark hooked up with Mediatone Music Inc. formerly based in Carrolton TX. He went on to write/produce five full-length CD’s for the library. The instrumental styles include surf, acoustic, hard edged rockabilly, pop and transitional guitar elements. Currently, he’s busy performing with his band of brothers, the Filter Kings – a bluesabilly surf trio based in Western New York. The band has had the opportunity to perform with such artists as Peter Frampton, Blues Traveler, James Cotton, the Fabulous Thunderbirds, Blue Oyster Cult, Rik Emmett, Omar & the Howlers, Marcia Ball and April Wine.
Upbeat Blues Shuffle. Feel good electric lead guitar melody with acoustic guitar rhythms. Evokes upbeat feelings of moving forward and overcoming adversity. Lead guitar throughout paints a picture of good times up ahead. Time to Boogie!! !! ! Instrumental, Blues, Modern Electric Blues
Spy Rock, espionage flavored track with mysterious type slow tempo dramatic underscore. Crime scene investigation, modern and classic CIA, In Plain Sight, U.S. Marshall's, FBI, etc. types of films. Rollicking, yet subtle guitar instrumental with real panache and character. Audience attention grabber, Instrumental, Dangerous, Edgy Music
Classic Funk Rock Riff. Midtempo groove, reminiscent of Wild Cherry's Play That Funky Music. Terrific for period pieces, crime dramas, dancing scenes, parties and having a good time, inner city dramas, drug deals and gangsta/gangster scripts, and anything hip looking to convey a coolness factor. Instrumental, Rock, Funk Rock