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Mark Winston Kirk

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Grammy award-winning American country music artist and singer/songwriter

Mark Winston Kirk made his debut at age 19 on the Opry. After receiving a

standing ovation for his performance, the small town boy from Shiner, Texas

walked off the stage and whispered to his mom, “This is what I want to do for

the rest of my life.”

With a 2018 release on its way, Mark has recorded three albums: Untold Story

(AMG Music 1998), The Party’s Here (AMG Music 2000), and Permanent

Vacation (AMG Music 2004). Performing over 2000 shows in his lifetime, Mark

has shared the stage with George Strait, Merle Haggard, Willie Nelson, Alan

Jackson, Vince Gill, Brooks & Dunn, and Garth Brooks, just to name a few. He

has performed at major events such as the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas,

Rodeo Houston, Rodeo Austin, and nearly every famous dance hall in the state

of Texas. Writing with industry icons such as Vern Gosdin, Stoney Edwards,

Kim Williams, Harlan Howard, Robert Ellis Orrall, Norro Wilson, Tim Johnson,

Pat Green and Walt Wilkins, Mark has penned more than 600 songs and his

destiny has become clear.

Some of the biggest names in country music are calling Mark Winston Kirk “an

inspiration to country music.” Marks delivery has an overwhelming intensity like none other. His captivating stage

presence and sincere personality make it easy to believe in every word he sings.

Smoke & Mirrors

original song by Mark Winston Kirk

Permanent Vacation

original song by Mark Winston Kirk

MWK cover video

Mark Winston Kirk cover band video

“...It’s just a matter of time before he’s a household name!”

—Trace Adkins, Artist

“MARK IS THE REAL DEAL. One of my favorite songs that I’ve ever written is one of the songs that I

wrote with him called ”Who’s To Say!” —Pat Green, Artist - (Republic Records)

“...one of the most personable and exciting entertainers I’ve ever worked with!”

— Neal McCoy, Artist

“Having been in radio for forty years and seen a ton of artists come and go. Mark Winston Kirk has

somehow managed to grab my attention. Maybe it was his great song “Hey Senorita” or his genuine

sincerity that I sense. In either case, Mark has managed to set himself apart from all the rest.

He has a great future!” —

Tom Allen, KVET Radio Austin Texas

“The buzz is all genuine...Not hype...HE IS A STAR WITH INCREDIBLE STAGE PRESENCE!”

—Bob Cole KVET / KASE Radio Austin, Texas

“Mark Is One Of The Best I’ve Ever Seen. His Smooth Voice And Magnetic Smile Highlight Him

Among His Peers. I Give Him Our Highest Rating , 4 Stars!”

—TJ Greaney Country Line Magazine

Song List

MARK WINSTON KIRK | COVER SONG LIST

(Partial List)

KEITH URBAN - BLUE AIN'T YOUR COLOR-SOMEBODY LIKE YOU

MERLE HAGGARD - PRETTY MUCH ANYTHING BY MERLE

GEORGE STRAIT - PRETTY MUCH ANYTHING BY GEORGE

JON PARDI - HEARTACHE ON THE DANCEFLOOR

PAT GREEN - WAVE ON WAVE

CHRIS STAPLETON - TENNESSEE WHISKEY

GARY STEWART - EMPTY GLASS-AND MORE

JIMMY BUFFET - MARGARITAVILLE

MORGAN WALLEN - WHISKEY GLASSES

BRETT YOUNG - IN CASE YOU DIDN'T KNOW

LUKE COMBS - BEER NEVER BROKE MY HEART-HURRICANE

JERRY LEE - WHOLE LOTTA SHAKEN-GREAT BALLS OF FIRE

CHUCK BERRY - JOHNNIE B GOOD

LYNYRD SKYNYRD - SWEET HOME ALABAMA

JERRY REED - EAST BOUND AND DOWN

VAN MORRISON - BROWN EYED GIRL

BRIAN ADAMS - CUTS LIKE A KNIFE-SUMMER 69

BELLAMY BROTHERS - IF I SAID YOU HAD A BEAUTIFUL BODY

LIONEL RICHIE - MY LOVE

JOURNEY - FAITHFULLY-DON'T STOP BELIEVING

PRINCE - PURPLE RAIN-1999 - LET'S GO CRAZY

KEITH WHITLEY - DON'T CLOSE YOUR EYES

DAVID ALAN COE - YOU DON'T HAVE TO CALL ME DARLIN

COMMODORES - BRICK HOUSE-EASY

WILD CHERRY - PLAY THAT FUNKY MUSIC WHITE BOY

STEVIE WONDER - SUPERSTITIOUS - I WISH

KC & SUNSHINE BAND - THAT'S THE WAY - BOOGIE SHOES

U2 - WHERE THE STREET HAVE NO NAMES

NEIL DIAMOND - SWEET CAROLINE

STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN - HOUSE IS ROCKIN' - LITTLE SISTER

ROGER MILLER - KING OF THE ROAD

JOHNNY CASH - FOLSOM PRISON-JACKSON

THE VILLAGE PEOPLE - YMCA

ISLEY BROTHERS - SHOUT

KENNY CHESNEY - HAD ME FROM HELLO

DIAMOND RIO - ONE MORE DAY

GEORGE JONES - HE STOPPED LOVING HER TODAY

AEROSMITH - WALK THIS WAY

VERN GOSDIN - IS IT RAINING AT YOUR HOUSE

EDDIE RABBIT - TWO DOLLARS IN THE JUKEBOX