Mark Bryan On Here Music Live

Catch the music and videos of our latest HereMusic.Live addition, Mark Bryan, in our musicians directory.   Connect with Mark or listen to his original 30 On The Rail release in our directory.

About Mark Bryan

Mark received his Bachelors Degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of South Carolina in 1989. He is a founding member, songwriter and the guitar player for multi-platinum Hootie & the Blowfish and has spent the last 25 years recording and touring. He also has two solo albums to his credit.
Since moving to Charleston in 1999, Bryan has produced 5 full-length albums, as well as co-written, and produced countless songs, for other artists. He was also instrumental in founding the College of Charleston Radio Station, and is helping to develop a music industry concentration there.
Recently, Bryan has scored the film WARRIOR ROAD, and produced a television pilot called LIVE AT THE CHARLESTON MUSIC HALL. Mark is also the Chairman of the Board for Carolina Studios, a non-profit after school music recording and technology program for kids 8-18.

About HereMusic.Live

HereMusic.Live has been created to connect people to the music they love.  As we get started with our directory we are seeking artists that are creating their own music and performing live shows on a regular basis.   While our catalog of music grows we hope to expand our services to help connect the artists to the digital world; eventually launching a pay-per-play compensation system that becomes the first fair market for digital streaming.   Thank you for joining us on this journey.

Nothing’s Permanent by The Loose Hinges

Our latest addition to the music catalog on HereMusic.Live is up; Nothing’s Permanent by The Loose Hinges.  Enjoy!

Artist: The Loose Hinges
Album: Nothing’s Permanent
Released: 2015
Genre: Rock

American singer-songwriters, The Loose Hinges are more characteristic of Fleetwood Mac than Mazzy Star, yet similar to both. Exuberant eclecticism is the foundation of their roots-based catalog.

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