Mark Vreeken cut his sound engineering teeth in the 1990s as part of The Tragically Hip’s road crew, eventually accompanying the band into the studio for their 1995 release, Day For Night.

Following his stint with the Hip, Mark moved on to work with The Headstones, Leahy, Natalie MacMaster, King Crimson and Leonard Cohen.

More recently, Mark’s been working his auditory magic as main Front Of House engineer for Cohen’s live shows, making the most acoustically challenged venues sound better than they should.

 

 


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