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By equal turns both raucous and melodious, St. Petersburg, FL quartet Talk To Mark mix power guitars, impassioned vocals and pop songwriting into a straight-ahead rock style all their own. The band began in the spring of 2005 when frontman Mark Murphy and original bassist Paul Bernardini decided to expand their musical horizons beyond their acoustic duo act and begin playing full-band electric shows. After booking a gig with only 10 days to rehearse a 3-set show, and eschewing finer details such as a band name, they hastily enlisted Gene Young, a jazz/reggae drummer friend of Murphy’s who had learned to play rock as a teenager, to complete their trio; their world premiere took place at Limey’s Pub in St. Petersburg on March 13, 2005. During a set break an enthusiastic fan inquired as to the band’s name, to which Young replied, “I don’t know, talk to Mark” – unintentionally settling the band name debate for good

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By equal turns both raucous and melodious, St. Petersburg, FL quartet Talk To Mark mix power guitars, impassioned vocals and pop songwriting into a straight-ahead rock style all their own. The band began in the spring of 2005 when frontman Mark Murphy and original bassist Paul Bernardini decided to expand their musical horizons beyond their acoustic duo act and begin playing full-band electric shows. After booking a gig with only 10 days to rehearse a 3-set show, and eschewing finer details such as a band name, they hastily enlisted Gene Young, a jazz/reggae drummer friend of Murphy’s who had learned to play rock as a teenager, to complete their trio; their world premiere took place at Limey’s Pub in St. Petersburg on March 13, 2005. During a set break an enthusiastic fan inquired as to the band’s name, to which Young replied, “I don’t know, talk to Mark” – unintentionally settling the band name debate for good

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