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Mark Knight

by Mark Knight

A unified collection of stories more daring and personal than ever before, approached with a desire for rawness and simplicity, and spun into a gripping, unflinching account of trials and tribulations.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Just Go
3:30 album only
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2. Whiskey and Stars
4:09 album only
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3. Blood On the Hands
3:53 album only
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4. Do No Harm
4:28 album only
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5. Better Days
3:32 album only
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6. Tell Me Everything
4:09 album only
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7. Toss and Turn
3:40 album only
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8. Falling Like Fate
3:24 album only
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9. Used to Be
4:21 album only
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10. Pain Is Like a Radio
4:39 album only
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11. Casting Judgment
3:20 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Mark Knight, platinum selling artist, former founding guitarist of Bang Tango, spent two years writing his self-titled solo debut and follow up to 2013’s critically acclaimed Road Sick Eyes. Mark Knight is a departure from Road Sick Eyes’ electrified roots rock in which more often than not, Knight wrote about the average and extraordinary characters that he encountered in his daily life as well as on the road.

Mark Knight is an album, a unified collection of stories more daring and personal than ever before.In the vein of singer-songwriters that he respects and admires, such as Jason Isbell, Hayes Carll, Tom Petty and Bob Dylan, Knight approached the record with a desire for rawness and simplicity, creating a gripping, unflinching account of his trials and tribulations. He doesn’t cheat himself or his audience with the raw emotion, doubts, courage and honesty he displays.

“Since Road Sick Eyes, my life has changed dramatically and those personal challenges and triumphs naturally came out in the music,” says Knight. “I wanted to be honest with, and about myself, and uncompromising, even if I had to lay myself on the line.”

Knight’s time has come to grow into himself as a songwriter and musician, and in listening to Knight’s growth, we also hear our own growing pains and who we would like to become.

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