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Mark Williams

Mark Williams has over 40 years' professional experience as a guitarist, teacher, recording artist and composer, and it's demonstrated every time he performs. Career highlights include live radio broadcasts from Los Angeles and concert performances with the Mansfield Symphony Orchestra, as well as extensive work in night clubs, for fashion shows and wedding ceremonies throughout Ohio. Mark currently performs on Friday nights at Moretti's Restaurant in Upper Arlington, Oh. With vocalist Mitch Matthew, he performs each year on Mother's Day at the exclusive Athletic Club in Downtown Columbus, and regularly appears as a solo artist at the equally exclusive Buckeye Lake Yacht Club. Other recent engagements include the Grand Ballroom in the Hyatt Regency and Soine Vineyards in Powell, OH.

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JUST JAZZ GUITAR Magazine called his most recent 7 string solo guitar recording “A real gem”. THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH wrote his music “swings from crisp bluesy numbers to nimble jazz workouts”. Fritz the Nite Owl noted his “moving, thought-provoking, mood-inducing music - played superbly, with a gentle swing throughout.” JAZZ IMPROV Magazine wrote “Mark's jazz playing stands out...he far exceeds expectations in his treatment of chord-melody”. THE LONG BEACH (California) SEABREEZE noted “Mark Williams adds a unique, soft ambiance.”



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