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Mark Nesler

Musical Artist from United States of America

Mark Nesler (born January 5, 1961 in Beaumont, Texas) is an American country music artist. Signed to Elektra Records as a recording artist in 1998, Nesler charted three singles on the U.S. Billboard country charts. In addition, he has written several singles for other country music artists, including Tim McGraw's "Just to See You Smile", a song which Billboard ranked as the Number One country single of 1998. Nesler played guitar at an early age. Inspired by the bluegrass music his father listened to, he soon learned to play banjo as well. After graduating high school, he played in a band called the Two Dollar Pistols. In 1994, he was signed to a songwriting deal with MCA Publishing, and soon joined Tracy Byrd's touring band. Byrd also recorded and released "Heaven in My Woman's Eyes", which Nesler wrote, as a single in 1996. In 1998, Nesler scored his first Number One as a songwriter, when Tim McGraw spent six weeks at Number One on the Billboard country music charts with "Just to See You Smile". The same year, Nesler's first album was released on Asylum Records. Its leadoff single, "Used to the Pain", peaked at No. 47 on the country charts. The album also produced his  ( Wikipedia article )

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Personal facts

Date of birth
1961-01-05
Nationality
United States of America
Profession
Singer, Singer-songwriter

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