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Mark Allen Felton

Awesome is the most accurate way to describe Mark Allen Felton. This multi-faceted musician is a native of Chicago, Illinois and has made a name for himself as one of the smoothest saxophonist around! Felton draws on a wealth of influences from Smooth Jazz to Gospel and at the tender age of 11, he began pursuing a musical pathway that was inspired by such artists as Grover Washington Jr., Kool & The Gang and Earth, Wind and Fire.

By the time he graduated from high school, Felton had received numerous awards for his musical excellence including a scholarship to Texas Southern University in Houston.

While attending TSU, Felton played in the school's jazz ensemble and other local bands

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“I’ve never had an artist besides Mark Allen Felton receive a standing ovation in my restaurant. Simply an unbelievable performer who always delivers.” - Phyllis Wheeler - Owner, Backstage Restaurant (Riverside,CA)

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