Mark Hildreth | Signs of Life

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Signs of Life

by Mark Hildreth

Imagine a sound right between Elton John and Stevie Wonder. Mark Hildreth is a Pop/R&B artist with style, substance and soul.
Genre: Pop: Piano
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  Song Share Time Download
1. I Won't Do That
3:17 $0.99
2. Change of Mind
3:27 $0.99
3. Signs of Life
4:14 $0.99
4. All Alone
4:23 $0.99
5. Always Be There
3:49 $0.99
6. Walking Into the Wind
3:04 $0.99
7. Angels
4:01 $0.99
8. Great Wild Ocean
3:56 $0.99
9. Earth Is a Place for Love
4:57 $0.99
10. Magic Spell (Remix)
3:54 $0.99
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Album Notes
Mark Hildreth has excelled in
not one, but two facets of the
entertainment industry. With
two born-deaf grandparents,
Mark was an unlikely musical
wonder. Since the moment he
stepped on stage in the
opera “Madame Butterfly” at
the age of eight, Hildreth’s
musical career has soared.
As an actor Mark had
amassed an enviable resume
of film and TV credits by the
time he graduated high
school as well as having
established himself as a
premier talent in the voice
over community.
Hildreth has toured Canada
and the US, performing in the
world-renowned Viper Room,
Knitting Factory and The
House Of Blues in Hollywood.
Mark has since signed a
demo deal with Warne
Livesey, the prodigious
producer of 54-40, Holly
McNarland, Midnight Oil and
the Mathew Good Band.
Mark’s first album, “Complex
State of Attachment” (2008),
was a collection of pop/R&B
songs rife with heart, honesty
and groove.
Mark’s career as an actor
began at a young age as a
series lead in Young Blades.
This was only the beginning
of his impressive resume,
which also lists guest star
appearances on the CW’s
Supernatural, CBC’s Being
Erica, and SyFy’s Eureka.
Mark has had stand out
recurring roles on Showtime’s
The Tudors and ABC’s sci-fi
drama V, among others. In
2007, Mark appeared in
Pirates of the Caribbean: At
World’s End with Johnny
Depp and Geoffrey Rush.
This winter, on December
10th, 2012, Mark will release
his anticipated second album
titled “Signs Of Life” which
explores love in its many
states and forms.

"This album is about family. After losing some family members, and gaining some new ones; realizing that
loss of childhood is inevitable, and gaining of love from experience is necessary; falling in and out of love,
and finding and losing love, I started to realize the meaning and deep importance of family through these
songs. Some are songs of commitment, some are songs of heartbreak, some are songs about brothers and
some about parents and some about grandparents. All family is precious. All love is familial. And every
moment, whether you are happy or sad, is shared in some way with your family. We are the same and we are
different. And each heart beats in time with another at so many times in our lives.”

Mark taught himself to play the piano on an old upright in his parents’ home when he was 8
years old. Never having taken a music class, driven by a directed passion rare in kids, he learnt to play
purely by ear. Having completed high school and after playing just two gigs, he was invited to showcase
at Sony/BMG in New York, and signed a demo deal with renowned producer Warne Livesey. A winner of
the 2006 Singer/Songwriter Awards and the Billboard World Song Contest, Mark has an international fan
base and an active web presence. With over 180,000 MySpace plays, 85,000 YouTube views and an
strong community of bloggers on his website.
Mark Hildreth’s musical accomplishments are as inspiring as the music itself. Mark released his first
album “Complex State of Attachment” to rave reviews. The album has been described as having
influences of gospel, soul, pop and R&B, reminiscent of the great singer/songwriters of the early to mid
seventies, but with a modern feel. Having already accumulated a loyal following Mark’s second album
could not come any sooner.
Inspired by Elton John and Stevie Wonder, Mark writes all of his own music. Mark makes music with a
mission: he wants to create love, honesty and ethics in the world. He has held true to those values,
despite current trends in the music industry. At 35, he is creating with more honesty than ever before and
he is working to ensure that his music reaches as many people as possible. He has moved from his
hometown, his family, and the things that are comfortable for him, to build his career in the hub of all
entertainment, Los Angeles.



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