About Mark G. Meadows
Mark is a jazz pianist, vocalist, composer & actor who was awarded best album (To The People) and composer of 2016 as well as artist of the year in 2014 by Washington City Paper. He recently made his acting debut playing the lead role as Jelly Roll Morton in Signature Theatre’s “Jelly’s Last Jam”. He also teaches at Shenandoah Conservatory and at the Duke Ellington School of the Arts where he leads a jazz vocal group called the Mellow Tones. Mark has appeared alongside Kendrick Lamar, Bobby McFerrin, Renee Fleming, Kurt Elling and many other prominent artists. Born in DC, raised in Dallas, educated at Johns Hopkins University and The Peabody Conservatory, Mark moved back to DC because of the diverse culture as well as the thriving jazz community. Currently living between NYC and DC, Mark tours frequently with his band and several other bands. He uses his artistry to bring forth a positive message of love, joy, and hope to his audiences. Captivating and debonair on the stage, he is an entertainer of the highest caliber.