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Mark O'Shea

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Australian singer/songwriter Mark O'Shea signed his first record deal at the age of 16. At 18 he released his debut album, 1996's None of the Above, a diverse, mostly self-penned mix of rock, country, and blues that spawned a number one hit with "World Weary Heart." With his homeland successfully conquered, O'Shea spent the dawn of his twenties on the road, opening for the likes of Trisha Yearwood, Keith Urban, and John Farnham. He also began acting, starring in various Aussie television programs, but music continued to be his preferred muse. At 21 he formed the group Zinc with brother John and released Makingsenseofmadness, which found success on both the Music Network and ARIA charts. O'Shea eventually took a break from the band and moved to Nashville, where he began work on a new solo record. ~ James Christopher Monger
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