Oral History Information
Mark Narmore was influenced by his famous songwriting cousin, Spooner Oldham. Mark began playing keyboards in recording studios in and around Muscle Shoals, Alabama, which is where he too began writing songs. He has had songs recorded by Reba McEntire, Alabama, John Michael Montgomery, Shenandoah, Blackhawk, Terri Clark, and many others. His song "That's What I Love About Sunday" was the most performed song on country radio in 2005, and according to Billboard magazine it spent five weeks at number one. Mark has also co-written songs with Walt Aldridge, such as Blackhawk’s number-one hit "Like There Ain't No Yesterday".