John Mark Painter is listed in the credits for the following albums:
|1992||Newsboys||Not Ashamed||Mellotron, Clavinet, Trumpet, Bass|
|1992||dc Talk||Free at Last||String Arrangements, WAH Bass, Muted Trumpet|
|1993||Phil Keaggy||Crimson and Blue||Trumpet|
|1993||Hoi Polloi||Spin Me||Producer, Guitars, Keyboards, Programming, Background Vocals|
|1993||Billy Sprague||The Wind & The Wave||Accordion, Mellotron, Wurlitzer, Flugelhorn|
|1994||Bliss Bliss||Bliss Bliss||Bass|
|1994||Hokus Pick||Brothers From Different Mothers||String Arrangement, Programming|
|1994||Phil Keaggy||Blue||Mellotron, Trumpet|
|1994||Eric Champion||Vertical Reality||Muted Flugelhorn, Accordion, Background Vocals|
|1994||David Mullen||David Mullen||Strings, Keys, Wurlitzer, Melotron, Trumpet|
|1994||Ashton, Becker, Dente||Along the Road||String Arranger, Accordion|
|1995||Phil Keaggy||Time 2||Trumpet|
|1995||Phil Keaggy||Time 1||Trumpet|
|1995||Greg Long||Days Of Grace||String Arranger|
|1995||Newsboys||Going Public||Mellotron, Clavinet, Trumpet, Bass|
|1995||Carolyn Arends||I Can Hear You||Accordian, Bells, Whistles|
|1995||dc Talk||Jesus Freak||Producer, Bass, Guitar, Accordian|
|1996||Fleming & John||Delusions of Grandeur||Producer, Bass, Guitar, Accordian, Trumpet, Background Vocals|
|1997||Guardian||Bottle Rocket||Theremin, Strings, Mellotron, Keyboards|
|1997||Carolyn Arends||Feel Free||Guitars|
|1999||Guardian||Smashes||Theremin, Strings, Mellotron, Keyboards|
|2000||Carolyn Arends||Seize The Day & Other Stories||Bells, Whistles, Guitar|
|2001||Kevin Max||Stereotype Be||Arrangements, Guitars, Bass, Sax, Theremin, Flugal Horn, Trumpet|
|2016||Steve Taylor & the Perfect Foil||Wow to the Deadness||Bass|
|2016||Steve Taylor & the Perfect Foil||Wow to the Liveness||Bass, Background Vocals|
John Mark Painter
John Mark Painter has been a member of:
John Mark Painter (born c. 1967) is an American musician and songwriter. He is best known for his role, with his wife, singer Fleming McWilliams, in the rock duo, Fleming and John.
Painter grew up in Miami, and began playing trumpet, saxophone, bass, guitar and piano by age 11.
Painter met McWilliams while attending Belmont College in Nashville, and immediately began collaborating on songs. While pursuing a record contract, Painter began playing is studio sessions for artists like Indigo Girls, Nanci Griffith and Jewel.
Fleming and John released its first album, Delusions of Grandeur, in 1995 for independent label R.E.X. Records, then Universal Records. Their second album, The Way We Are in 1999 notably showcased Painter's skills as an arranger and as an instrumentalist on a panoply of uncommon instruments.
Painter continues to work heavily in the Nashville area as a studio musician, performing on albums by Carolyn Arends, Ben Folds Five, Fear of Pop, Owsley, Rich Creamy Paint (Rich Painter, who is John Mark Painter's nephew), Sixpence None the Richer, Gabe Dixon Band, Sevendust, Jon Foreman, Frally Folds and others.
Also producing artists such as Shapiro, Pantana, and Alva Leigh for Dweeb Records at IHOF Studio.
Painter was the composer for the 2005 animated film Hoodwinked, the 2006 film The Second Chance starring Michael W. Smith, and the VeggieTales DVD The Wonderful Wizard of Ha's.
He is currently a member of the alternative rock band Steve Taylor & The Perfect Foil with Steve Taylor, Jimmy Abegg and Peter Furler. Their first album, Goliath was released in November 2014.
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