Mark Hall

Born: Muscle Shoals, Alabama

Began his career as studio manager at his father's FAME Studio in Muscle Shoals. Moved to Nashville to pitch songs and head up the Nashville office of FAME Publishing. He was instrumental in getting songs cut : "Like There Ain't No Yesterday" by Blackhawk, "Deep Down" by Pam Tillis, "Leave Him Out of This" by Steve Wariner, "Crime of Passion" by Ricky Van Shelton, "Holding Her and Loving You" by Earl Thomas Conley, "How Do I Turn You On" by Ronnie Milsap and the Reba McEntire single "The Fear of Being Alone".

In 1995 Mark became a full time writer of FAME and immediately had success with the Tim McGraw hit "I Like It, I Love It", which stayed at number one on the country charts for five weeks.

Source: Alabama Music Hall of Fame

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