Mark Mahoney - Bio

Mark has extensive experience as both a drummer and mallet synth performer.  He has drummed for a wide variety of groups including Caribbean Steel bands, Big Bands,  Jazz trios/Quartets, Funk Bands and many musicals.

Mark’s drumming is featured in various parts of this site.  If your next recording requires a live drummer or someone who can lay down a groove on MIDI or sampled drums, contact him via the link at the bottom of this page.

Mark has also recorded and produced all of the music found elsewhere on this site.  For samples, check out the links on the right hand side of this page.

In addition to works found here he has become an active participant at (a collaborative online composition forum). 

Kompoz projects can be heard here: pieces feature Mark on drums and or mallet synth.


Mark can be found performing throughout CT, MA and NY with:

  1. Bullet   The ICE-FIRE band 

  2. Bullet  Rounding Third (on bass)

  3. Bullet  Ruby & The Wolves (on bass)

  4. Bullet  MIDI Mallet Uno

Mark’s  background includes degrees from the University of Miami: Bachelor of Music Education and the University of Tennessee: Master of Music in Jazz Studies.
Mark’s  Recordings
A sample of  Mark’s recordings can be heard at the following pages:                                                                                   
   Originals & Remixes
  Midi Mallet UnoMarks_Discography.htmlOriginals_%26_Remixes.htmlMidiMalletUno.htmlshapeimage_4_link_0shapeimage_4_link_1shapeimage_4_link_2
                                     Follow Mark’s gigs by liking him at FaceBook
A New Endeavor 

In September off 2015 just six months in, I join a the fun, rocking band“Rounding Third” and have been gigging with them on a weekly basis.  Late April of 2016 I got a phone call inviting me to audition along with other bassists for “Ruby & The Wolves” After looking at the setlist that includes Steely Dan, Emerson Lake and Palmer, Peter Gabriel, Al Jarreau, etc, I reiterated I had only been playing one I got the gig still baffles me but the 13+ hrs/week of practice it has been taking to keep up has been a very good thing. 
Check the FaceBook page for a list of gigs for both bands.