Mark Wade | Wrong Road To Take

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Wrong Road To Take

by Mark Wade

Traditional/Modern Country Superbly blended with some bluegrass flavor.
Genre: Country: Modern Country
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1. The Wall
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2. Baby's Comin Home
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3. It's Not What You Wanted
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4. Till the Cows Come Home
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5. I Just Cut Myself On a Piece of My Broken Heart
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6. Ghostown
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7. The Phone
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8. If I Knew Then
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9. Wrong Road to Take
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10. Falling of a Tear
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Born in Wash D.C.,to Parents Earl D. Flowers of Anderson, Indiana and Sylvia L. Stonestreet, of Kosicusko, Miss. Dad was in Headquarters Marine Corps and Mom was in Espionage FBI, Married had 4 children, Mark, Deana, Roxanna, Shelley..Mark was the oldest. Showed an early interest in Music. His Grandmother bought his first guitar a ukelele at age 4, and then a real guitar at age 6 which she bought with green stamps from the Piggly Wiggly. He started to learn on it immediately, learning songs from the radio and as he grew would sing in the church choir, Which his mother was the choir director taught him at an early age to sing with others..learning harmony..as he grew was in garage bands up till he graduated from Long Beach Miss. then Joined the USMC and put Six years in for Uncle Sam at Camp Lejeune NC..

It was there he met a friend, Fred Taylor from Ga. and join his band "Country Blend", playing bass for about 4yrs. yearning to get back to guitar...always had a true love for the guitar..Had been playing a lot of southern rock and the like..till he started his own band Mark Wade and 7th String played all the local clubs for 6-8 yrs. It was then he realized his true passion for "country music" everyone said when he was in the rock bands ..you sound country, so..Why Fight It..that's what he did! meeting "Glenn Perry" in the mid 1980's and out of that became a bond that has lasted ever since, even though they played together only a couple years "Hooves of Steele" which had some minor success!! they remained in touch till present.

When Mark was offered the deal. He had came to Nashville in 1993 and got a job doing demo's for several of the independent labels. Played for tips on Music Row...Started learning his way around town...Played guitar for Diane Sheryl, Don Cox, also shared the stage with the Late Great Waylon Jennings...John Micheal Montgomery, Toby Keith, Mike Kennedy, Danny Muhammad, Has done shows with Trace Adkins, Keith Urban, Aron Tippon and others..His Father Earl Flowers being a big influence on him as a child, His dad would wake the neighborhood every Sat. morning with Hank Williams, Merle Haggard, George Jones, Don Gibson, Bob wills, Lefty Frizzel, Roy Acuff, Patsy Cline, to name a few. His roots are deep with a love for Bluegrass!! also Bill Monroe, and the Album "Will the Circle be Unbroken"..kinda did it. He has combined the sounds of "Bluegrass" and "Country music" with a "Superb Blend" of the two...Makin this one of the finest CDs! to come along in a "long time" with a fresh sound! that still has the traditional sound!! I know your gonna enjoy....... Glenn Perry


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Sally Bunch (Mclendon)

Great
Great CD. Music is wonderful. I love it!!

Norma Ruff

FANTASTIC!!!!! It's the only word I need
I like all kinds of music, but country is what I love. This is good country whose lyrics say been there, felt that and the music is great. I want more!!!!!!!!!

Lolynda aka Amarillosweetheart38

Great CD
I love this album alot and I have let my friends listen to it and they also loved it as well. I just recently moved to Idaho and I have been to the western club here and let the DJ play it and people here raved about it. Ever think of booking a show here in Northern Idaho around the Couer d'Alene area????

Lolynda aka Amarillosweetheart38

Great CD
I love this album alot and I have let my friends listen to it and they also loved it as well. I just recently moved to Idaho and I have been to the western club here and let the DJ play it and people here raved about it. Ever think of booking a show here in Northern Idaho around the Couer d'Alene area????

Martha L. Johnson

Buy it NOW!
Buy the cd. It's easy listening that'll make you think about your past and thank God for the present.

Megan Kratz

"I just cut myself...." belongs in the top 40...
The lyrics, tone and style of No. 5 is my favorite kind of music. I enjoy Alan Jackson a great deal and I felt this was up there with the best of them. Keep 'em coming! I also enjoyed the Merle Haggard style. Meg

tim mossberg

awsome mark
man'' you blew me away'' i cherish our frienship
stay in touch and good luck with your career

Rob Oropesa

Outstanding! the artist puts his whole self in the music .
I enjoyed the music verry much.That country boy can flat
play a tune!I connected verry quckly with the artists sentiment.verry entertaining and im looking forward to furthar releases by Maek Wade.

Jordan

Very Cool
This CD is great. Thanks for autographing it for me. All my friends love it!!!

Greg Antrican

Very good and detailed with a lot of photos A+
This is what country music is missing. The new wave is alright but its all about your roots and this cd is what country use to be. I think that the new wave of country music should be called something else. When you hear country music, it should be like this cd. That is where it use to be and should stay the same.
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