Some select interviews, articles and reviews. Most recent up top.
- Greg Canty writes about Mark’s March Coughlan’s gig in Cork
- Interview with Dee Curran at Drive 105 in Derry
- Appearance on Ocean Drive on Ocean FM in Sligo. Listen here
- Hot Press Acoustic Session & Interview. Click here to watch the videos.
- Hot Press review of “songs about love, songs about leaving”
- A short film Mark provided music for won the Fastnet Short Film Fest. Congrats to Ruan Magan on his film Angel!
- Interview at Totally Irish on 98fm. Listen here.
- Mark talks to Philip King on his South Wind Blows radio show on RTE: Radio 1. Click here to launch the RTE player and listen.
- An interview in the Prostějov newspaper ahead of his dates around the Czech Republic in April (PDF).
- Thanks to Zach at the fantastic music blog We Listen For You for this really nice review of songs about love, songs about leaving on WLFY’s updated “Best of 2011″. – I’ve been on a huge folk kick these last few years and I’m not sure how Mark Geary’s newest album Songs About Love, Songs About Leaving went unheard. This is a spectacular folk record that marks what I’ve known for along time, Geary is one of the best singer/songwriters we have going right now. If you have a soft spot for the softer folk, this is a required listen record. With appearances by Glen Hansard and songs that shake the emotional core, this should have been a record in the same breath as a Bon Iver or the other lauded folk records of 2011.
- Q + A with Mike Fitzpatrick at MikefitzNYC
- the wonderful folks at The Ruckus had a week of posts dedicated to Mark. Includes photos, video, reviews and an interview.
- interview at the Irish Examiner
- interview with The Last Broadcast
- interview with Room Thirteen
- All Music Guide review of Ghosts
- Billboard Magazine review of Ghosts – “Irishman Mark Geary, offers an outstanding sophomore release in “Ghosts.” His obscurity should end here: With sparse but superlative meditations like “Beautiful,” “You’re the Only Girl,” the pretty lullaby “Mid-nite Sun” and the nearly nine-minute “Hold Tight,” Geary’s songwriting and delivery recall such top contemporary practitioners as Ron Sexsmith. “Ghosts” also evokes Van Morrison, particularly his early-1970s era. Perhaps most satisfying about the album is that such a project can be released in 2005 at all-apart from occasional drum programming, these are fully organic, natural-sounding recordings; vocoder, synthesizers and other sound manipulators need not apply. “Ghosts” is a collection of superb songs delivered with a quiet intensity that will endear itself to listeners.”
2004 – Claus.com review of Ghosts
2002 - great archived piece at ImagineNews.com – Mark Geary: Singer/Songwriter and Now the Screen