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Album Review

Even the Man in the Moon is Cryin' is a budget-line collection that features ten of Mark Collie's biggest hits as performed live in concert. It's an enjoyable record showcasing Collie at his most energetic, running through such songs as "It Don't Take a Lot," "Calloused Hands," "Looks Aren't Everything," "Shame Shame Shame Shame" and "Even the Man in the Moon is Crying." Hardcore fans will defintely enjoy this record, but casual fans will want to wait for a collection of the original hit versions of these songs.

Customer Reviews

Where are the rest of his recordings?!

Mark had some awsome songs in the early 90's. His first album didnt have a bad song on it. One song in particular was "Hillbilly Boy With The Rock and Roll Blues"! great song, but I-Tunes doesnt carry it. This album is good, but i think his first was even better. What do you say I-Tunes?

Man of Many Hats

Mark is more than a singer he has done acting as well. My personal favorite was when he did In Time in and for the movie "The Punisher". Mark has i think found his niche, he has that rusty country sound that brings across alot of edgie feel to his music.


Born: January 18, 1956 in Waynesboro, TN

Genre: Country

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

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...
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