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Jay Leno was in Town for the opening of the Peabody Opera House, and Mark had a chance to visit with his old friend backstage after the performance, and presented Jay with a "Daisy' Favorites" CD.  Mark is presenting Jay with a framed Sam Cooke autograph in the 2nd pic.


More than just a "Celebuddy", the late Ed McMahon was a friend for over 30 years, and truly a gentleman.  And above all else, Ed taught me the true meaning of the word..."Excellence".

Ed had admired Mark's tie, soooooooo,
Mark took it off and presented it to him!


Mark had a nice chat with Tony Bennett backstage at the Fabulous Fox after Tony's appearance there in 2009 (and presented him with a CD).

Tony BennettTony Bennett with Mark's CD

Mark also had a chance to visit with Neil Sedaka after his recent performance with the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra at Powell Hall, and presented Neil with one of his CDs.

"Sedaka's Back" in town again, and Mark presented him with the tie Neil had admired on his prior appearance at Powell Hall!

And then, to top all that off,
Mark (where is his tie) gave Neil his latest CD, "Daisy's Favorites"


Well, look who showed up at Dierbergs on Mark's first night there!  Fredbird was looking for some really good birdseed as the Cards were whupping the Reds in the Queen City.  He was going to chew Mark's head off if he didn't get a "Daisy's Favorites" CD, so Mark obliged and made the big feathered guy happy.

Fredbird chewing Marks head Fredbird with a CD

Mark with Andy Cohen at Andy's book signing


Mark with his Mom, 3 or 4 years old - would you look at that hair!


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Mark Richman
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Maryland Heights, MO 63043

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