His distinctive fretless sound has graced countless jazz and pop albums, as well as award-winning movie and television soundtracks.
A charter member of the Pat Metheny Group, he also played on multi-platinum-selling recordings by Sting, Arcadia and Joan Osborne, and recorded with pop stars like Roger Daltrey, Sophie B. Hawkins, Marianne Faithfull, Judy Collins, Cyndi Lauper and Art Garfunkel, and jazz notables like David Sanborn, John McLaughlin, Gato Barbieri, Freddy Cole, Jim Hall, Mark Murphy and Larry Coryell. A member of the Gil Evans Orchestra for 13 years, Egan has also racked up seven albums as a leader, and ten as a co-leader of Elements, the band he formed in 1982 with Pat Metheny Group bandmate Danny Gottlieb.
"Markbass amps and cabinets have the sound that I've been looking for,” says Mark. “Warm and punchy with great bottom, mid and top. They really let you shape your sound. The setup I am drawn to is the Mini CMD 121P in combination with the New York 121. It has a deep, full, punchy sound and is very portable for carrying around town. Great amplification of your sound!”
Markbass artist Dino Fiorenza plays "Seven" from his album "It's important" using his Bass Multiamp.
First single of the album "Our Soul Revealed", 2018, published by Markbass artist Mauricio Nader. Composed by Mauricio Nader Produced, arranged, recorded and mixed by Mauricio Nader and Cristobal Von Beck Photography and filmmaker: Synthya Marambio and Pablo Aliaga.
Markbass artist Tony Senatore and Steve Swallow playing a dual electric bass rendition of the jazz standard "I'm Gettin' Sentimental Over You".
Thanks to Markbass artist Marco Bachi and the whole Gaudats Junk Band for this very cool video playing the Nanomark 300 and the DV Micro 50 heads with their GJB Recycled cabinets (made from materials destined for the dump) feat Markbass and DV Mark custom speakers.
Markbass artist Tony Senatore plays a remake of the Cream classic "As You Said" on solo 12 string electric bass.
Markbass artist Ana Karina Sebastião Studio Session with and Paula Lima.
Amazing "popping" groove from Markbass artist Stanley Sargeant playing his Little Mark Tube 800 with New York 122 Ninja.
Markbass top-artist Michael League from Snarky Puppy talks about his new Markbass signature amp and cabs. Thanks to Premier Guitar.