Mark Currey is a Little Rock singer-songwriter whose roots run through North Texas and Southeast Arkansas. Inspired by roots rock, classic country, folk and Americana music as well as southern gothic literature, Mark is a storyteller searching for an honest expression of his own southern voice.
Mark was a finalist in the Texas Heritage Songwriters' Associations 2015 Texas Songwriter U Competition and a three-time nominee in the Arkansas Country Music Awards. His first solo recording, "Tarrant County" released in July of 2017 and features eleven original songs supported by an impressive line-up of locally and internationally respected musicians.
Mark was included in the 1st annual 2022 Antlers and Acorns: Boone Songwriters festival which also included acclaimed songwriters such as Mary Gauthier and John Paul White.
Mark has shared the stage with artists such as Radney Foster, Billy Joe Shaver, Todd Snider, Chris Knight, Jack Ingram, American Aquarium, Wanda Jackson, Amanda Shires, David Olney, Charlie Robison, Amelia White, and Lilly Hiatt.