Making a Scene Presents an Interview with Mark Joseph
Mark Joseph’s 2021 third full-length album, Vegas Motel, is a highly personal record rooted in the emotion of the year it was written (2020), yet reaching far beyond the confines of the times. Vegas Motel delicately emotes Joseph’s real-life experiences and relationships dating back to when he was a young man. Co-producer and drummer, JT Bates (Big Red Machine, Hiss Golden Messenger), and Engineer Alex Proctor (Grace Potter, Dead Man Winter), perfectly compliment the records musical tapestry further solidifying Joseph’s talent as a singer/songwriter and collaborator. Vegas Motel features 8 original tracks including the standout instrumental, Early Riser, featuring Ryan Young of Trampled by Turtles.
Mark is also a full-time member of The Big Wu, Momentary Lapse of Floyd and various other projects.
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“Working on Vegas Motel with Mark in the winter of the pandemic was refreshing and exciting on many levels. I think my favorite part was that each song was written with a specific person in mind, at a time when no one was feeling comfortable seeing others, it felt powerful to dive into such personal songs”
– JT Bates