Mark Baker | This Ole House

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This Ole House

by Mark Baker

Mark has a deep bass voice and sings with a western flavor. He is the president of the Colorado chapter of the Western Music Association and pastors Southwest Cowboy Church near Cortez, Colorado.
Genre: Country: Western
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I sing the classic western songs as well as Gospel selections. Many feel that I have a broad sweeping style reminiscent of Tennessee Ernie Ford and Stuat Hamblen. The Line Camp Riders and band members from the Bar D Wranglers in Durango often accompany my music. It has been a joy to serve as the president of the Colorado chapter of the nationally known, Western Music Association. I have started three cowboy churches and at present, pastor the Southwest Cowboy Church near Cortez, Colorado. My YouTube channel is, "TheCowboyPastor" and features many videos of great songs and inspiring messages. In Branson, Missouri, I had the privelege of doing a cowboy camp meeting with Dusty Rogers and the Riders of the Circle B. In the fall of 2010, I brought a drama team to Durango, Colorado to perform a cowboy drama I wrote entitled, "Winter Train to Heaven." I have sung in many Gospel quartets through the years and have been in two bluegrass groups and two cowboy bands. My wife and I spent six years in Scotland as representatives of the International Mission Board. We were stationed in the Scottish highlands and shared our music with the wonderful Scottish people. I am a third generation cowboy singer but was also trained in classical singing and opera. I really love many styles of music but my heart is still with the American cowboy. Stuart Hamblen was my hero as a young boy and the first solo I ever sang was "This Ole House." I'm still singing that great song today. I hope to be a blessing to many people with my music and give a message of hope.


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