Mark Stacy | At This Table

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At This Table

by Mark Stacy

In the singer/songwriter tradition, with thoughtful lyrics and timeless stories, country and folk/pop influenced tracks surround Stacy and his acoustic guitar.
Genre: Country: Country Pop
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1. At This Table
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2. God Knows
3:13 $0.99
3. Apartment # 209
5:23 $0.99
4. Heartbreak Bound
3:24 $0.99
5. The Camera Never Lies
4:00 $0.99
6. I Worry
3:04 $0.99
7. Tears For Every Occasion
3:49 $0.99
8. Recovery Room
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9. Like Father, Like Son
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Album Notes
"Mark Stacy has an album full of small miracles...", say Tom Roland of The Tennessean about "At This Table".

"There was a brief stint with a red accordion, influenced by my Italian grandparents. Then, after seeing The Beatles on The Ed Sullivan Show, I started playing guitar" says singer/songwriter Mark Stacy. "I played in my bedroom until junior high when I started my first of a series of garage bands. I left Los Angeles to go to college in Santa Barbara where I studied music, started playing piano, and began performing in nightclubs. No one could pronounce or spell my real last name 'Colicchio' (ko-LEE-key-oh) so I started using my middle name 'Stacy'".

After working in clubs, and as a second engineer in a Santa Barbara recording studio, Stacy returned to Los Angeles where he settled as a staff songwriter at Almo/Irving Music.
He moved from California to Nashville in 1994, and built Downstairs Sound Recording Studio as a place to work on his own music.

"Before I knew it I had other people coming to the studio to do their recordings", says Stacy, who now works with a constant stream of Nashville writers and artists when he is not working on his own music.

Mark has released 3 "Phonograph Records" CDs "At this Table", "naked", "COLICCHIO".

"Singer-songwriter Mark Stacy's new COLICCHIO album is full of nuance and subtlety and other things
of which good songs are made..." says Peter Cooper of THE TENNESSEAN.

His work has been featured on NPR's Car Talk, NBC Sports 2000 Olympics. He engineeres and produced projects for other artists and writers at his Downstairs Sound Recording studio, where he also records his own music.

Mark tours coffeehouses and bookstores as a solo performer where he sells his CDs.



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Diana DeWitt

At This Table
In this world of everyone and their mother doing their own CD, I find it refreshing to hear such heartfelt stories from a true songwriter. Mark Stacy has mastered the craft of songwriting. A true original, an exception to the everyday songwriter who pens mediocre songs....this guy goes deep and makes me listen to his humorous, and sensitive songs....."The Camera Never Lies" reminds me of my divorce, and "At This Table" brings fond memories of my Dad at our dinner table. Mark has his finger on the pulse of everyday life and puts it into amazing talent.


Mark Stacy has an album full of small miracles.
MARK STACY "At This Table"

A really good song is a miracle. Think about it: a songwriter sits down with a blank piece of paper, strums a few chords on a guitar and gets an image of a whole storyline with an appropriate melody and a window into the soul.

Mark Stacy has an album full of small miracles. Some of them are subtly clever insights into the human psyche. Others are simply infectious melodies. Either way, "At This Table" is worth savoring.....