I’ve completed my first album self titled “Mark Langan”.
It’s an all original album with 10 tracks, cinematic, soundtrack esque with haunting vocals,
rich melodic guitar arrangements accompanied by soaring whistles and uilleann pipes.
The album is available to buy physically as a Gatefold Vinyl Record & CD combo,
complete with stunning original Artwork by Barry Britton Art & Kate Rocks Art.
Why not take the time out to actually listen to an album from start to finish and examine the record sleeves and artwork.
I’ve self financed the entire album, recording, mastering, production, formating, design, artwork... In the digital era of streaming artists are losing control and the means of making a meaningful income from their creative works. I have decided to boycott the pay per listen streaming services. When you buy my record you are supporting a chain of Irish artists and industry related professionals.
Thanks for your attention if you got this far! Mark.
Digital Download Available After Album Launch
ABOUT MARK LANGAN
GUITARIST & VOCALIST
I began playing guitar when I was 10 and now 23 years on I have played all over Ireland, The UK, Italy and The Netherlands. My old band "Moonchild" performed classic rock covers and occasional Rory Gallagher tribute sets. On June 2nd 2010 we were honored to play at the unveiling of the Rory Gallagher Statue in Ballyshannon. we supported the renowned Irish band "Horslips" in 2012 in our hometown of Ballyshannon, County Donegal and earlier that year we supported "Rory Gallagher`s" old band in Wijk Aan Zee, The Nertherlands. I have been playing solo acoustic gigs in some of the finest hotels in the North West of Ireland for the last 10 years, honing my craft and finding myself! My original music is sometimes dark and cinematic. I love film scores, my greatest ambition would be to have one of my pieces featured in a film. My influences? Enya / Clannad - Mark Knopfler - Rory Gallagher - Ennio Morricone - Slash (Guns n Roses) I can be found playing at Harvey's Point & Lough Eske Castle in Donegal weekly, no ticket needed! Thanks, Mark!