Mark Taylor

05 Feb 2012

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Performance Tutor

» Career Credits: Simple Minds, Elton John, Marti Pellow, Lulu, Jimmy Cliff, Echo and the Bunnymen, Dave Stewart, Chris Difford, The Alarm, Sinead o’Connor, Belinda Carlisle, William Topley (formerly The Blessing), Mark Knopfler.

Mark Taylor began working with ACM at the beginning of 2013 within the keyboard school. Although an expert on piano, hammond organ and synthesisers, Mark is also a multi-instrumentalist, producer and musical director having worked with the of Simple Minds, Elton John, Marti Pellow, Lulu, Jimmy Cliff, Echo and the Bunnymen, Dave Stewart, Chris Difford, The Alarm, Sinead o’Connor, B B Kings, Belinda Carlisle, William Topley (formerly The Blessing) and Mark Knopfler.

During the 1980’s Mark recorded and toured extensively with The Alarm supporting Bob Dylan, Pat Benatar and Neil Young. Mark continues to work with The Alarm’s Mike Peters on solo projects and new material for The Alarm.

Currently, Mark has been working with Pete Walsh (Peter Gabriel, Simple Minds,Tears for fears) to co-produce the new release from James Stevenson, writing and recording alongside Marti Pellow for his new album and amongst other projects, organising, producing and managing all of Lulu’s live work in 2013.

Mark is also a seasoned Session Musician, working with a range of UK and international stars from pop and rock royalty including Robbie Williams (writing), Jason Donovan, Tina Turner, The Cult, Seal (TV & Radio), Roger Daltry and Thunder.

Mark also set up and runs Sonic Hills Studio and creates music for media advertising and soundtracks.

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