THE MARK PRESTON SHOW
Mark Preston began his musical career as a child and later became a member of "The Lettermen, one of the most popular vocal groups in history. Mark was the opening act for The First Lady of Comedy Phyllis Diller, and went on to become a featured Las Vegas entertainer, performing at The Dunes, The Silverbird, The Marina and the Sahara Hotels. He has has made numerous guest appearances on network specials and was the stand-in and photo double for actor Robert Urich of the hit series, "Vegas." In 2001, Mark's contributions to "The Lettermen" were recognized when the group was inducted into the Vocal Group Hall of Fame. Today, Mark continues recording and performs in a variety of venues.
Visit Mark at Markprestonsinger.com. To hear more of Mark's music, tune into our Jukebox program 24/7 on Showmetalkradio.com. Enjoy the show, and check back often for further Mark Preston updates.
1 - Episode Number 5
Mark interviews comedian extraordinaire John Joseph while aboard the Crystal Symphony ship. John has been the opening act for a variety of entertainers, including Julio Iglesias, Rodney Dangerfield and The Beach Boys. He has performed at Radio City Music Hall, the Universal Amphitheater in Los Angeles, Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas and every major showroom in Atlantic City. Visit John on the web at Johnjoseph.biz.
2 - Episode Number 4
Mark interviews puppeteer/ventriloquist Michael Zeigfeld, vocalist Ric Steel and comedian Steve Bruner while aboard his latest cruise.
3 - Episode Number 3
Mark discusses his time on the hit series "Vegas," where he worked as photo double and stand-in for the show's star Robert Urich. Music from Mark's collection is also featured.
4 - Episode Number 2
Interesting rapartee with Mark Preston and Donna Linn, as Mark discusses his work with The Lettermen, one of the most popular vocal groups in history... includes romantic ballads, featuring Mark Preston.
5 - Episode Number 1
Mark discusses various aspects of his career, including his latest cruising ventures and his time with comedian Phyllis Diller.