AMERICAN ROOTS MUSIC

Solo American Roots Music

Award Winning Internationally Recognized

Award Winning Internationally RecognizedAward Winning Internationally RecognizedAward Winning Internationally Recognized

Solo American Roots Music

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Accomplishments

Awards & Reviews

~ WINNER Boston Blues Challenge  2016

~ WINNER Best Acoustic Blues CD 2015 :                

Blues Blast Magazine ~  * w subscriptions in USA and 90+ countries

RAVE CD REVIEWS IN: 

~ Vintage Guitar Magazine (USA)

~ Blues Matters Magazine (UK)

~ Le Cri Du Coyote (Paris, France) 

~ Blues Blast Magazine (USA) 

  & many other publications worldwide 

Played on the bill with:

Johnny Winter, Albert Lee, Emmylou Harris, Bill Monroe, Coco Montoya, James Cotton, John Mayall, Jimmy Thackary, Shemekia Copeland, Bettye LaVette, Marcia Ball, Toots & The Maytalls, Elmore James JR, David Lindley, Robert Cray,  Savoy Brown, Charlie Musselwhite, Jonathan Edwards, Robert Randolph & The Family Band, Roomful Of Blues, Sonny Landreth, Tower Of Power, Jimmy Vaughan, Steve Miller, Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes, Joe Louis Walker, Walter Trout, The Grass Roots & more..

Mark has played shows at:

~ Regent Theater, Boston, MA  

~ Narrows Center For The  Arts, Fall River, MA 

~ Orpheum Theater, Foxboro, MA 

~ Zeiterion PAC, New Bedford, MA  

~ Flying Monkey PAC, Plymouth, NH 

~ Norwood Theater, Norwood, MA 

~ Amazing Things Arts Center, Framingham, MA 

~ The Bull Run, Shirley, MA 

~ Shalin Liu PAC, Rockport, MA 

~ Spire PAC, Plymouth, MA 

~ Cape  Cod Cultural Center, Yarmouth, MA 

~ Cotuit Center For The Arts, Cotuit, MA 

~ Cabot Theater, Beverly, MA  

~ Showcase LIVE, Foxboro, MA 

Many other venues, including shows in Europe in 2015 

Venue Reference

Mark T. Small is the consummate musician, an electrifying performer, master interpreter, highly skilled with a great sense of history."
Patrick Norton - President of The Narrows Ctr For The Arts, Fall River, MA 

Newspaper Review

A Mark T. Small performance isn't  just entertainment; it's an education. If you want to know where your rock-n-roll came from, Small will be happy to teach you - and he'll do it in a fashion you won't soon forget."

The Standard Times, New Bedford, MA - August 13, 2010 

CD Review

Mark T. Small will move you to a whole new love of American music. From the hills to the cities, from the rural backwaters to the urban alleys, this is roots music played by a man who has studied it, got lost in it, and at times seems to fall down on his knees and prayed to it. The Dirty Lowdown 2011 Robert Carraher - All Rights ReservedMusic Review: “Black, White and the Blues” by Mark T. Small 

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