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Mark Collie

Mark Collie made a splash on the '90s country scene by blending traditional honky tonk with raw rockabilly energy. Born in Waynesboro, TN, he grew up a fan of the Sun Records stable and later discovered progressive country songwriters like Willie Nelson and Kris Kristofferson. He took up both guitar and piano, and joined his first band at the age of 12. He worked part-time as a local radio DJ while in high school, and toured the Southwest with several different bands after graduation. In 1982, he moved to Nashville to pursue a songwriting career, but failed to make the grade at any of the city's publishing houses. Instead, he started performing his own material, and took up a monthly residency at the Douglas Corner Cafe, which helped earn him a following. MCA's country division signed Collie after witnessing a 1989 showcase performance, and his debut album, Hardin County Line, was released the following year. Despite critical acclaim, the album wasn't a huge seller, and of its singles -- "Something With a Ring to It," the title track, "Looks Aren't Everything," and "Let Her Go" -- only the latter managed to make the Top 20. The 1991 follow-up, Born & Raised in Black & White, was a more polished effort that featured the minor hits "She's Never Comin' Back" and "Calloused Hands," but some felt it backed off the strengths of his debut. That changed on his 1993 breakthrough effort, Mark Collie, which returned to the rowdier, harder-rocking style of his debut and produced his first Top Ten country hits with "Even the Man in the Moon Is Cryin'" and "Born to Love You." He also had some success with "Shame Shame Shame Shame" and "Something's Gonna Change Her Mind," and he kept going strong with the stripped-down 1994 follow-up, Unleashed, which spawned the hit "Hard Lovin' Woman." Collie subsequently moved to Warner subsidiary Giant for 1995's Tennessee Plates, which slowed his career momentum somewhat. The only other Collie release that has appeared to date is the budget-priced greatest-hits-live set Even the Man in the Moon Is Cryin' (1998). ~ Steve Huey, Rovi
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He also discovered he had diabetes which slowed his career down slightly. I have his first 2 releases and I enjoyed them alot.
Mark released an awesome new album on May 1st, 2012 called Alive at Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary
lnacre1991
Saw him in 93 at the Beulah Sausage Festival held annually in Beulah, FL..enjoyed his style. Could have been big if he could have dodged the troubles

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