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Mark Reeves does “The Who” at OCFF

Mark Reeves launches into an original arrangement of Squeeze Box and Pinball Wizard at the end of his original song ‘Takes A While to Get Like This’. The Winnipeg, Manitoba acoustic roots rocker fires up a powerful blues-infused rendition of The Who classics and brings them to a blazing conclusion.

From the Ontario Council of Folk Festivals conference in Niagara Falls, October 2011.

Just one guy. A guitar, a harmonica, and a whole lot of rhythm.

Mark Reeves at the London Music Club

From his album “Sure is a Pretty Name” Winnipeg roots rocker Mark Reeves performs “If I Had You” in March 2012.

Mark Reeves Live at OCFF

Known for his high energy live performances, Canadian acoustic roots & blues musician Mark Reeves brings this original song from a sultry beginning to a blistery end.

One guy and a whole lot of power at a midnight showcase during the Ontario Council of Folk Festivals conference 2011.

For fans of Martin Sexton, Matt Andersen, David Gray, Lyle Lovett.

Mark Reeves Live 2009 Pyramid Winnipeg

V DUB music video by Mark Reeves

Here’s Mark’s video for V DUB, from awhile back:

CBC had this to say about the album, “Sure is a Pretty Name”:

“From the infectious, jangly roots-pop anthem The Way to the playful lascivious title track, Mark’s brand new album, Sure is a Pretty Name (2003) is a top-down, full throttle romp through twelve songs of hope, heartache, and gutsy good humour. His third solo record, this clearly his most mature, and none have come close to capturing the frenetic, vivacious rapture of a live Mark Reeves performance the way his new studio album does. “