Mark Mallman's expansive catalog of infinitely catchy and masterfully orchestrated songs has rocked the airwaves worldwide from MTV to NPR. He's spent the last 20 years releasing albums, touring, and most recently as a published author. His wild stage persona precedes him, but stepping back one sees a sweeping body of work. Mallman reaches a new level of creativity and intimacy with his debut book “The Happiness Playlist”, an uplifting and poetic memoir about six months listening exclusively to uplifting songs. In the book's foreword, author Chuck Klosterman describes Mark Mallman as “legitimately original, exclusively motivated by a desire to conquer the strange obstructions he builds inside his mind.” Mid- career, Mallman has broken new ground by singing via telepresence robot, EEG MIDI brain control music, and the world's first transcontinental musical webcast. Aside from perfect rock songs, he is held in awe by fans and critics for his non-stop, non-sleep, “Marathon” performances (the longest spanning 78 hours.) His expansive catalog of infinitely catchy and masterfully orchestrated songs has rocked the airwaves worldwide from MTV to NPR. He has been written up by critics from USA Today to Wired and NME. His latest album “The End Is Not The End” marks number 8 in his ever growing catalog of masterfully crafted indie rock.