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  • 84 CDs Recorded
  • 3.4m Miles traveled
  • 41 Yrs Singing
  • 2002 Founded MTQ
  • 98775 Songs Sung
  • 1974 Singing Since

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Mark Trammell has been married to his wife LaResa for thirty seven years. They have one son, thirty-one year old Nick who graduated from Gadsden State Community College with an Associates Degree in Music and from Jacksonville State University with a bachelors degree in accounting. Nick and his wife Jessica are settled into married life with their daughter Tessa and son Charlie in Gadsden, Alabama.

Throughout his career, Mark has been privileged to perform in some very prestigious venues including Radio City Music Hall, Brooklyn Tabernacle, and the South Lawn of the White House. He has performed for the President of the United States, and noted pastors/evangelists such as the venerable Dr. W. A. Crisswell, Dr. Charles Stanley, Dr. Tom Eliff, Dr. Bailey Smith, Dr. Adrian Rodgers, and others. It was on the Isle of Patmos that Mark initially began to understand God's call of evangelism. "For many years I literally fought the call of evangelism," explains Mark. "I've enjoyed these years of helping others fulfill their dreams while living out my own dream of being a gospel singer. But now, God has given me new dreams built on His calling on my life to combine singing and preaching as the venue warrants. I came to the realization a few years back that God doesn't want me to be someone else. He wants me to be who He made ME to be, and that was the goal for this trio when we started and now for the quartet. We are to be ministers of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and to live, preach, and sing in such a manner that no one feels or thinks we're trying to be something we're not. We are to be trusted stewards of God's blessings in our lives. We are to be faithful and obedient to God's leadership and to administer our ministry with integrity on sound and godly principles. The bottom line is for our families to be able to say, "we're glad we lived in the home of a Gospel singer."