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Mark Devin Dildine

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posted 7 years ago


new song. from the heart.
posted 7 years ago


new song. from the heart.

posted 7 years ago



Hey Everyone,

Here’s a few updates to let you know what I’ve been up to with the album.

Cha-Cha-Cha-Cha-Changes!
As you may have noticed, I have been doing some rearranging to my Myspace and other sites, as well as noticing missing songs. Because of the new album in the works, I decided to take certain songs off for the sake of avoiding any preconditioning.
As of the album, I just finished on the budget on the album and will, as well as should, going into the studio to knock out an album. I already have my line up ready and will be going into full production in due time. Until then, if you want to know what any of the new songs sound like, I recommend you come out August 21st to Crooked Tree Coffeehouse at 8:00PM. It’s a free show so bring your friends!

With the new album:
What was supposed to be originally called “The Bride Sings Her Song, Israel Finds Her Rest,” was changed recently due to waking up in the middle of the night only to hear the words “Lost At Sea” droning in my head. Which conveniently enough is the, now considered, title track to the album.

On the Direction:
Lately my music has been considerably different since I’ve released “Mixtape.”
A lot of the songs you hear on the album is a lot of out order progressions of my voice and for what it’s worth, you can hear how I’ve been on a journey to find my place musically considering the fact that not one song sounds the same. With the new album, you will hear some of the later songs like “‘Til We Have Faces” and “The Bride.” But you will also hear, in my opinion if I may, a more mature and soulful sounds carried through a weathered spiritual life, that has lived through frost and fire.
My goal as a songwriter is for the listeners to hear and say to themselves, “This isn’t your typical saved by grace album.” I don’t want to be like a typical “Christian” album. In fact I hope that it’s not considered what would be “Christian,” but real authentic Jesus Music. I like to convey my faith in my music like it was my everyday, as if it’s what were supposed to talk about with stranger en route through love, relation, and relevance. This is my witness.

Selah and Shalom,

Mark Devin.

posted 7 years ago


Hey Everyone,

Here’s a few updates to let you know what I’ve been up to with the album.

Cha-Cha-Cha-Cha-Changes!
As you may have noticed, I have been doing some rearranging to my Myspace and other sites, as well as noticing missing songs. Because of the new album in the works, I decided to take certain songs off for the sake of avoiding any preconditioning.
As of the album, I just finished on the budget on the album and will, as well as should, going into the studio to knock out an album. I already have my line up ready and will be going into full production in due time. Until then, if you want to know what any of the new songs sound like, I recommend you come out August 21st to Crooked Tree Coffeehouse at 8:00PM. It’s a free show so bring your friends!

With the new album:
What was supposed to be originally called “The Bride Sings Her Song, Israel Finds Her Rest,” was changed recently due to waking up in the middle of the night only to hear the words “Lost At Sea” droning in my head. Which conveniently enough is the, now considered, title track to the album.

On the Direction:
Lately my music has been considerably different since I’ve released “Mixtape.”
A lot of the songs you hear on the album is a lot of out order progressions of my voice and for what it’s worth, you can hear how I’ve been on a journey to find my place musically considering the fact that not one song sounds the same. With the new album, you will hear some of the later songs like “‘Til We Have Faces” and “The Bride.” But you will also hear, in my opinion if I may, a more mature and soulful sounds carried through a weathered spiritual life, that has lived through frost and fire.
My goal as a songwriter is for the listeners to hear and say to themselves, “This isn’t your typical saved by grace album.” I don’t want to be like a typical “Christian” album. In fact I hope that it’s not considered what would be “Christian,” but real authentic Jesus Music. I like to convey my faith in my music like it was my everyday, as if it’s what were supposed to talk about with stranger en route through love, relation, and relevance. This is my witness.

Selah and Shalom,

Mark Devin.

posted 7 years ago
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biography
Mark Devin Dildine is one not so new to the music scene, just misunderstood. After being in a number of bands, playing shows with names such as David Crowder, Bebo Norman and many others, Mark Devin Dildine has decided to take on the reins as a solo artist/writer. With little of what he has, he walks onto the stage with slight smile, charisma and a loud voice just to grab the attention of whoever is out there and begins a journey; embarking on a pioneer to discover new ways of a tune and disregarding the criticism.

This Is What He Has To Say:
"I want to capture the journey of what i’ve been through in my life thus far. I know that the life I’ve lived through is the path that I needed to take, with mistakes along the way, and i want people to know there’s still hope."

Currently set in Dallas, Texas, Mark Devin knows there's something more than just with what he has. Listening to his music isn't just for enjoyment to him, it's for growth, letting everyone watch his maturity grow, and to discover what the science is in making a song set a tone or a memory in people's hearts and minds.
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billluton2 (level 7) wrote:
Really enjoying your music, @Mark Devin Dildine. Hope you'll check out my first T61 song @billluton
9 months ago
SilentK (level 27) wrote:
please load more songs!
9 months ago
aprilday86 (level 9) wrote:
Your music is beauty in my cloudy day. Music for the storm ahead.
7 years ago
bullet2heart (level 2) wrote:
You are amazing... ;)
7 years ago
misswrite (level 19) wrote:
i'm so happy to stumble upon your music! one more talented Jesus-loving musician to bless the music community on thesixtyone. thank you so much for sharing!
7 years ago
ruthLess (level 30) wrote:
welcome!!! you are great!
7 years ago
DZ (level 46) wrote:
It's better to just leave your first three songs to gather an audience before you upload 1 new song.

Having said that, like what I hear so far. Welcome to T61.
7 years ago
DZ (level 46) wrote:
But please don't delete songs! Especially when they're already hearted, the listeners lose that investment in your song(s).
7 years ago
Mark Devin Dildine wrote:
FIXED THE GLITCH :)
7 years ago
st3fanie (level 39) wrote:
great songs! the glitch that CEONelson refers to happens around 3:42 (counting down). I had my volume up loud and it kinda startled me. :O)
7 years ago
CEONelson (level 35) wrote:
Fill out the bio when you get a chance and post a link to any other sites that have your stuff up. I like what I've heard so far :)

btw there is a tiny glitch on Heartsong near the start - just reupload the file rather than delete it.
7 years ago
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