Folk Singer Mark Lovewell Live Music Availability
Performing at the Tabernacle in the summer of 2010. Mark Alan Lovewell told stories and sang songs, sharing in the Martha’s Vineyard Campmeeting Association’s 175th anniversary. (Photo Credit: Wayne Smith)
With Dionis Coffin Riggs
Dionis Coffin Riggs was a celebrated local poet. For years, Mark and the West Tisbury resident put on programs for nonprofit organizations. Dionis would read her poetry and recall stories of her whaling family. Mark would sing and share his family heritage.
Mark Alan Lovewell is Available for:
- private parties
- classroom programs
- special events
- clam bakes
- bachelor parties
- birthday parties
- wedding rehearsals
- wedding receptions
- children’s events & venues
- public library events
- elementary schools events
- holiday observances
- council events
- nursing homes
- at-sea events
In March and April of 2004, Mark went to Hawaii and Alaska and returned to Massachusetts. Over six weeks, he shared his stories and songs at museums, elementary schools, high schools, and colleges; under a federally funded education grant.
He represented the New Bedford Whaling Museum in an amazing collaborative effort by museums in three states. He with other storytellers and singers performed for hundreds of youngsters.
The federal grant that underwrote the effort is called The Education through Cultural and Historical Organizations (known informally as ECHO). It was a magical journey, an opportunity to share the whaling stories of New England with those who have a cultural link to the whalemen of years ago.
The trip centered around the Native American stories that we should all share. Mark brought history to music and got everyone singing.
Book Mark Alan Lovewell Today!
A one-hour program with a short intermission is $300. To explore your options, write the singer and make a proposal. If you write by email, answers usually are given within a day.