Thank you Capitol Theatre in Flint, MI

A special thanks again to all the amazing support and outpouring of love during the sold out performance on April 19, at The Capitol Theatre in Flint, Michigan. Here are a few photos from photographer Brad Shaw.

Mark Farner’s American Band 50th Anniversary Tour

  50TH ANNIVERSARY TOUR MARK FARNER’S AMERICAN BAND  “You can’t talk about rock in the 70s without talking about Grand Funk Railroad.” – David Fricke, Rolling Stone Magazine Mark Farner is the reason. As one of the founding members, lead singer, lead guitarist, and wrote more than 90% of the Grand Funk music catalog, Farner has always been known as…

A Legendary Night for A Legendary Group

Mark joined in on the festivities Tuesday, December 11, at The Birchmere in Alexandria, Virginia, to help raise money for the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation. The night was also a get together and birthday celebration for legendary rocker, Jeff “Skunk” Baxter. Mark jammed with such greats as James Burton (Ricky Nelson, Elvis Presley), drummer Kenny Aronoff of the John Mellencamp…

Thank you

Thank you doesn’t seem enough. Thinking of all those that are currently serving and have given the ultimate sacrifice.  

Thanks Jim Peterik & World Stage

Mark jammed this past weekend with the amazing Jim Peterik & World Stage. Thanks to Jim and all the fans that joined us for a very special night in IL! What a ride and Mark can’t wait for the next opportunity. All photos credit to Kristie Schram

Mark Farner’s “Can’t Stop” Music Video Premieres on UltimateClassicRock.com

Next year marks the 50th anniversary of Grand Funk Railroad‘s formation. The band’s former singer Mark Farner is hardly slowing down. He’s even got a brand new single and video, “Can’t Stop.” A stint at the Rock and Roll Fantasy Camp put Farner in touch with a group of musicians that ended up collaborating with him on the track. “They were Grand Funk fans that really loved…

Mark Farner in Guitar World

Legendary guitarist Mark Farner was recently interviewed in Guitar World. Check out this article from the October issue here.