California artist Mark J Smith is a multi-instrumentalist who has performed on every continent except for Antarctica! His music has been featured on Doomsday Preppers (Nat Geo), Toddlers and Tiaras (TLC), Texas Women (CMT), Ludo Bites (Food Network), America Now (CNBC), Let's Make A Deal (CBS), House Hunters International (HGTV), Animal Planet, and Discovery Channel. Mark's work can also be heard in the award-winning animal rights documentary “Earthlings” narrated by Joaquin Phoenix, and commercials for Blue Shield, Vogue, Crawdaddy's, and Stick-It.
Mark J Smith's additional TV credits include: Off Limits (Travel Channel), I (Almost) Got Away With It (Discovery), Auction Kings (Discovery), Real World (MTV), Seriously Funny Kids (Lifetime), Hogs Gone Wild (Animal Planet & Discovery), Bad Girls Club (Oxygen), and Ace Of Cakes (Food Network).
Lonely Road is a country rock instrumental that is laid back and haunting. It would work in a scene of sadness or longing, someone on the road missing loved ones back home. Electric guitar, Mando-guitar, acoustic guitar, bass guitar, and drums. TV, Film, Advertising, and Web applications. Instrumental, Country, Country Rock
Country Rock is perfect for scenes like kids partying, people being industrious, a bar band playing, anything that needs an uplifting southern rock or country flavor. Real Instruments, Real Band. TV, Film, Advertisement, Commercials, and Web Videos. Instrumental, Country, Country Rock
Western Swing is a great Honky Tonk track that you would hear in any country bar or beer joint. It would work really well as source music (like the radio of a big rig truck). Great for southern lifestyle, fun and festive with a nice swing to it. Guitar, Bass, and Drums. Instrumental, Country, Western Swing
Long Drive In a Convertible is an alt-country instrumental ala Robert Plant and Allison Krauss or Band Of Joy. It has a nice mellow Roots Americana vibe that would work in scenes showing rural southern life. This track has lots of texture, atmosphere, and a laid back feeling. Instrumental, Country, Alt Country
Where Have You Gone? is an alt-country instrumental ala Robert Plant and Allison Krauss or Band Of Joy. It has a nice mellow Roots Americana vibe that would work in scenes showing rural southern life. This track has lots of texture, atmosphere, and a laid back feeling. Instrumental, Country, Alt Country
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