With his current single “Yesterday” (CRS 206 Track 2) sitting at #39 on the Country Tracks Chart, Brad Marks continues to make inroads with his legion of fans. After recently attracting a crowd of 400 people to the Joadja Winery he now has a sell-out show at the Seaforth Bowling Club.
This Saturday sees him perform for a charity function raising funds for Bear Cottage, the only children’s hospice in New South Wales dedicated to caring for children with life-limiting conditions. This is not the first time Brad has been asked to perform for this amazing cause as he knows how to entertain and hold a crowd and people flock to see him.
Brad is currently working on his next single and live performances are being organised throughout New South Wales and Queensland.
To keep up to date with Brad visit his website via the link below.
Interviews: Cameron Syrett: 0437 880 887
Brad Marks latest single “Yesterday” (CRS 206 Track 2) continues to make inroads on the charts. This week sees him sitting at #19 on the Country Tracks Top 40, up from #31 and also taking the #3 position on the Reverbnation Country Chart.
Brad is humbled by the attention he has received from presenters across Australia for a song he truly believed in and couldn’t be more thankful. After an absence from the industry, Brad is back with more determination than ever to take his music to the next level. Currently hunting for material for his debut album, it’s certainly an exciting time for this incredible performer. With more mature imaging and a new website for you to check out via the link at the bottom of this release, the future is looking sound for Brad Marks.
Interviews: Cameron Syrett: 03437 880 887
A brand new film clip for Brad’s song “Yesterday” has been released. Brad wrote this song with Troy Kemp and Jeremy Barnes. Check it out on the media page.
Brad Marks has made some inroads over the past twelve months.
His greatest attention getter was the release of his single dedicated to those who have protected our country “With Respect”. As a result Brad has found himself as a finalist in the Southern Star Awards in Mildura, nominated in the ICMA Awards being held in Tamworth during the 2017 Festival as well as being entered into the ANZAC section of the Tamworth Song Writers Awards also being held during the Tamworth Festival.
Brad has also continues writing, sharing his ideas with Tory Kemp who co-wrote his first single “Take It or Leave It” with a new single in the pipeline now. He also continues to put this musical pen to paper with hit writer Allan Caswell and has also written with Luke O’Shea.
Working with these Golden Guitar winning writers is a mark of respect for a young man with a great musical attribute, a perfectly suited Country voice and a mass of talent to offer.
Brad has also been invited to perform in the Emerging Talent section of this years Gympie Muster.
Listen out for Brad’s new single to be released before the end of the year with big things to come in 2017!