Biography

Mark Weinstock is an award winning singer-songwriter whose unique gift for creating an intimate connection with his audience has attracted loyal listeners from across the continent and overseas. Stories, confessions, hearts and thoughts are delivered with warm vocals and an effortless blend of musical styles.

As a child, Mark accompanied John Sebastian at the Genie Awards, sang the national anthem at a major league baseball game, and went on to study piano, guitar, didgeridoo, percussion, mandolin, creative writing and voice.

He honed his craft on the road, performing at festivals and concert halls around the world, picking up new stories and instruments along the way. Mark’s songs have been placed in feature film and his written works have appeared in international publications in three different languages.

Mark’s recordings feature an eclectic patchwork of musicians, including, a seven year old soul singer, a Colorado cowboy, the All Gods Children Gospel Choir and greats from bands such as Janis Joplin’s Full Tilt Boogie Band, The Band and more. “Breeze Home” drew high praise and comparisons to Van Morrison, Paul Simon and Ben Harper.

Mark’s concerts and albums continue to receive glowing reviews from the media and music circles alike, establishing Mark Weinstock as one of Canada’s preeminent emerging talents and one of its best-kept secrets.