Man At Q And M formed at the start of the pandemic during lockdown, three musicians coming from different successful backgrounds. The band combine a well known DJ bringing his percussion and clips from the decks and a guitarist from an iconic Welsh band. Throw on vocals and Man At Q And M have a unique set up rarely seen on stage. They perform original tunes that are a mixture of alternative blues and garage punk. Already possessing a decent catalogue of recordings, radio play and gigs under the belt, they look forward to progress further.
In a former life Mark was a founding member and guitarist of a charismatic Welsh band. This band that graced many a festival stage and supported the likes of Dr Feelgood, Toyah, Slade and Mike Peters. After securing a three single project with a London label the band quickly succumbed to in-fighting. Mark, sick of traditional band conventional setups decided to try something different and it’s definitely something to get your ears around.
“I had a mate Steve who I used to knock around with. We both had a similar taste in music, clothes and alcohol! Steve had seen me play on several occasions and liked what I did but couldn’t get his head around what the musicians I played with did! So I asked him to hop on board and try something unusual.” Says Mark