Triple Love Bookends
Having been in many cover bands as a lead guitarist, Mark Buerschaper had felt that something was missing. Even when trying to switch to different genres such as Rockabilly, New Age, Blues, and Classic Rock bands, the chasm of creativity was still not fulfilled. The seeds of solution would soon be sown due to an electronics course which Mark took. After taking the course, Mark decided to enroll in something more enjoyable, which led him to the renowned Old Town School of Folk Music. It was here that the enjoyment of songwriting classes led him to a horizon of creative opportunities beyond lead guitar. After taking a few classes, Mark began to appear at open mics such as the Abbey Pub. Appearances at coffeeshops and showcases followed afterwards and he continues to play these type of venues today. Asked of his style of music, Mark will tell you that it's bluesy ballads, modern folk, as well as acoustic rock. When you come right down to it though, it's basically original acoustic oriented music. Mark's last CD 'No Figment of Imagination' was his debut recording. The album featured a real mix of ballads, rockers, novelty tunes as well as political and social observations. His latest release 'Triple Love Bookends' leans more towards relationships within it's lyrical content. So give it a spin and enter the musical landscapes which await you.