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Passionate Singer-Songwriter


Mark Crotti is a Singer-Songwriter who was raised in Sydney, Australia but now travels up and down the East Coast of NSW to perform music. He spends a significant amount of time between the Northern Rivers (Byron Bay) and The South Coast (Wollongong), but his performances take him to various other places as well.

Mark has been a full-time musician for seven years, and he has been creating and releasing original music for the past three years. He is skilled at playing the guitar and singing, but he also has experience with a variety of other instruments, such as the piano and ukulele.

In his early days as a musician, Mark started by busking on the streets of Sydney, mainly down at the Rocks or in Manly. Afterward, he played at several venues across Sydney, and he had some seasons playing down in Perisher, Thredbo, and Hamilton Island.

Mark is passionate about writing music, and his creations are often heartfelt. He has been fortunate enough to put on solo shows, play with and support some of his favorite Singer-Songwriters on tour, including Mark Wilkinson and Ash Grunwald, and perform at festivals across the country, such as the Winter Wine Festival in 2022, where Xavier Rudd Headlined.

During his shows, Mark has found that there is a natural sense of humor that comes out, which is becoming more apart of his performance. Although his shows are primarily about the music, he is happy to make people laugh along the way.

Talking Points

Option 1

Mark Crotti Glides through a stunning blend of folk, pop and indie-rock delivering something that feels both familiar and fresh

Option 2 (Corporate)

Mark Crotti sets the mood with low-key live ambient music, feel-good tunes done tastefully.
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