Press

Mark Nomad - Live“From his thick slide tone to his rough-and-ready solos and rollicking acoustic fingerpicking, Nomad is a versatile blues guitarist who shows that the genre is far from being worn out. Strong originals match the intensity of well chosen covers”
– Guitar Player

“Near effortless technique go hand-in-hand with an instinctive feel for the blues in putting over originals and songs from Blind Willie Johnson and Elmore James. ”
– Boston Phoenix

“Nomad plays excellent slide guitar…strong vocals…top of the line guitarist.”
– Blues Revue

“One of the hottest up and coming commodities”
– House of Blues

“Acoustic slide prowess…electric guitar and electric slide-mastery…Vocally, Nomad combines passion with an understanding of the nuances…”
– BluesWire

Partial List of Co-Billings:
Muddy Waters
John Lee Hooker
Freddie King
Bo Diddley
Johnny Copeland
Gatemouth Brown
Son Seals
Koko Taylor
James Cotton
Luther Allison
Honeyboy Edwards
John Hammond
Taj Mahal
Robert Cray
R.L. Burnside
Junior Kimbrough
Roosevelt “Booba” Barnes
Blind Boys of Alabama
Roy Buchanan
Dickey Betts
Ronnie Earl
Roomful of Blues
Fabulous Thunderbirds
Sonny Landreth
Charlie Musselwhite
Susan Tedeschi
Elvin Bishop
Larry McCray
Mighty Sam McClain
Buckwheat Zydeco
Jimmy Johnson
Persuasions
Satan & Adam
J.Geils
William Clarke
Lil’ Ed & Blues Imperials
Richie Havens
Tinslely Ellis
Doobie Brothers
Dave Mason
Foreigner
Cheap Trick
Duke Robillard
Johnny Winter

“Each of the 10 songs this talented vocalist and guitarist offers on his first concert album- holds a kind of suspense that offsets the predictability of familiar melodies and rhythms…Nomad leads as entertaining a blues band as you’ll find in southern New England.”
– Frank John Hadley- DownBeat Magazine

“A fine musician who keeps this music alive and growing.”
– Art Tipaldi, Blues Revue

“A big thumbs up! ”
– Blue Suede News

“…finest blues I have heard so far this year.”
– BluesPrint Magazine (England)

“…provides the blues aficionado with a no bull approach to modern, as well as traditional, blues styles”
– Vintage Guitar

“…some of the best out there…Very good disc.”
– Blues Connection

…a great talent…
– IL Blues (Italy)

This is a great album, wisely put together…The two acoustic songs offer more proof that Nomad ranks right up there with John Hammond and Taj Mahal as well as fellow New England guitar gods Duke Robillard and Ronnie Earl.”
– The Blueshound

“Nomad does have a nice touch with the plug in or out ”
– Blues Access

“…over the top guitar…”
-Living Blues