Mark Wills

Genres: Country & Bluegrass Holiday & Seasonal
Tags: country mark wills modern country male country Powered by AudioScrobbler
Decades: 1990s 2000s
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Daryl Mark Williams, 8 August 1973, Cleveland, Tennessee, USA. Singer-songwriter Wills, who grew-up in Blue Ridge, Georgia, quietly established himself as a reliable new country star. Wills began performing as a country artist in the early 90s at the Buckboard Country Music Showcase in Marietta. His 1996 debut for Mercury Records, which included the Top 5 country singles ‘Jacob’s Ladder’ and ‘Places I’ve Never Been’, sold well and indicated a potential star. The album also included a country version of the Who’s ‘Squeeze Box’. 1998’s Wish You Were Here confirmed his potential and broke Wills into the country mainstream on the back of the chart-topping singles ‘I Do (Cherish You)’, ‘Don’t Laugh At Me’, written by Allen Shamblin and Steve Seskin, and the title track. The album broke into the Billboard Top 100 and achieved platinum sales. His third album, 2000’s Permanently, was premiered...

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