Mark Frink


Mark Frink spent the Eighties with Sun Sound, founding the KF 850 Network and touring with Crystal Gayle, Marshall Crenshaw, Suzanne Vega and the Boston Pops. Independent projects included the Metropolitan Opera, Pope John Paul’s Giants Stadium mass, Tony Bennett's 'Unplugged' tour, Atlanta Olympics basketball, Pavarotti, Joni Mitchell’s symphony swan song, plus a decade mixing monitors for k.d. lang and as Mix magazine’s Live Sound Editor. After 4 years with Live Sound, he became Editor for Front of House, leaving to mix IEMs for Zac Brown Band. He has been with the Jacksonville Symphony for a decade and mixed monitors for the Eagles last year.