Variety Magazine dubbed Mark Preston “One of the best entertainers in show business today.” Phyllis Diller always referred to Mark as “The Finest Voice Around. He sings, acts, emotes…..fabulous.”
Accompanied on stage by a symphony orchestra or just a trio, from Las Vegas, to the Philippines or Europe, to the world’s largest cruise ships, Mark Preston has performed thousands of shows in theaters all around the world, truly earning him the title “International Entertainer”.
Along with a lengthy and very successful solo career, Mark’s unique talent preceded him again, and he was asked on two separate occasions to join the world famous recording group – The Lettermen. On each occasion, Mark accepted, and he performed for a total of 11 years with the group. During that time, Mark recorded several albums and CDs. There was a campaign to put forward the group’s most recent recording “New Directions 2010” with the Les Brown Jr. orchestra, for 3 Grammy nominations. In 2001, when The Lettermen were inducted into the Vocal Group Hall Of Fame, Mark was asked to participate in the evening’s induction concert. Mark performed the famous Lettermen hit “Going Out Of My Head” with the 3 original members of the group, as well as several other past and current members of The Lettermen.
Inducted into the Las Vegas Fans Entertainment Hall Of Fame in 2011, he has been seen on YouTube by over 5.1 million viewers. His shows combine almost every type of music, from Pop, to Broadway, to Country, as well as plenty of humor. Whether he’s singing ‘My Way’ or ‘Friends In Low Places’, Mark Preston delivers his songs with a showmanship and ease rarely seen on stage.