Mark Richman is known as the “Big Band Sound of St. Louis.” He
is just as comfortable with his Sinatra-like version of “New York,
New York” as he is with his own original ballad, “Do You Remember
What Love Is?”.
Many people have compared his natural, God given singing ability
and very unique phrasing to that of “Old Blue Eyes” himself. His
new CD is being played on many radio stations throughout the country,
and was recently heard WORLDWIDE on ”Coast to Coast AM Radio”
from Los Angeles! One night after wowing an audience with his
rendition of “New York, New York” at a local Karaoke lounge, The
D-J said...”Ladies and Gentlemen, Old Blue Eyes is alive and well,
and living in this man’s body!”
Mark has quite a musical background and history; his singing
career began when he recorded “Slow Boat to China” on his grandfather's
home recorder at the age of 4. A former accordion and self taught
piano player, Mark has performed on cruise ships and in restaurant
piano bars. He also has sung our National Anthem at several professional
sporting events in St.Louis. Mark was the featured act at the
Grand re-Opening of The Casino Queen in East St. Louis.
His request list format is a major hit ; with more than 100 songs
in the style of Tony Bennett, Bobby Darin, Michael Buble,
Dean Martin, and of course Frank Sinatra, Mark continues
to "wow 'em" wherever he is singing. People keep yelling out requests
all evening, and Mark gets such a kick out of performing them, bringing
smiles to their faces, and of course, the applause.
Mark is also available for Corporate
Events, Private Parties, and is free to travel.