Mark Wills (born on August 8, 1973) is an American country singer. Wills was dropped from Mercury Nashville Records in 2003. he signed with Clint Black's label, Equity Music Group. Although he has released three singles for Equity, he hasn't released an album. Mark Wills is now with Tenacity Records and has two new albums
"familiar stranger and 2nd time around!"
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Daryl Mark Williams (born August 8, 1973, in Cleveland, Tennessee) is an American country music artist, known professionally as Mark Wills. Signed to Mercury Records between 1996 and 2003, he released five studio albums for the label - Mark Wills, Wish You Were Here, Permanently, Loving Every Minute and And the Crowd Goes Wild - as well as a greatest hits package. In that same timespan, he charted sixteen singles on the Billboard country charts, all of which made the top 40. After leaving Mercury in 2003, he signed to Equity Music Group and charted three more singles. Two of these were later included on his sixth studio album, Familiar Stranger, which was ultimately released on the Tenacity label in 2008.
Of his albums, Wish You Were Here is the best-selling, with a platinum certification from the RIAA. This album's title track became his first Number One country hit in 1999, with the late 2002-early 2003 "19 Somethin'" becoming his second and final chart-topper. Besides these, six more of his singles have reached Top Ten on the charts: debut single "Jacob's Ladder", "Places I've Never Been", "I Do (Cherish You)", "Don't Laugh at Me", "She's in Love" and a cover version of Brian McKnight's "Back at One".