Mark Farner Interview, Dealing with tragedy & Signing a really BAD contract early on…

On this Mark Farner Interview, stories about Grand Funk Railroad’s first ever gig (at the 1969 Atlanta International Pop Festival), being mislead to signing a horrible record contract, working their way out of $400K in debt, why Mark’s favorite song he wrote is I’m Your Captain and what it means to Vietnam Veterans all over the world… the hit song he wrote in memory of his father, who was killed when he was 9 years old… really cool way he kept himself in check from letting his ego overtake him, Love, giving credit where credit is due, Japan, snow monkees, forgiveness and more. GREAT convo!

Mark Farner is a founding member, lead singer, lead guitarist and primary songwriter, formerly of Grand Funk Railroad. Founded in 1969, GFR has sold over 30 million records, including 16 gold and platinum albums. Mark has also had a successful solo career… has been married for 42 years and is currently touring with Mark Farner’s American Band

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