The O's Safe Sound Series Presents: Mark Devine

Awesome 70's Music...and More

at The Oriental Theater

September 18, 2020 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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Time: 7:30pm     Day: Friday     Doors: 7:00pm     Ages: 18+ / Bar with ID     Price: $17
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Mark Devine is the Frontman and lead singer of Mr. Majestyk's 8-Track Revival, a very popular Denver "musical tribute to the 1970's."
Mark grew up in Arvada, Colorado, graduated from Pomona High School, then found success as a singer at a young age, starring in shows for Princess Cruises and Disneyland. 
He also has been the Frontman/lead singer of Kahuna Beach Party (Band), a Beach Boys Tribute; has played multiple roles at the Arvada Center for the Performing Arts, most recently Mamma Mia (Harry Bright), and Elf, the Musical (Walter Hobbs); starred opposite Broadway star Beth Malone in They're Playing Our Song at the Country Dinner Playhouse; and starred in Denver's all-time longest running musical I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change, which ran for close to four years at the Denver Center for Performing Arts. 
Mark also was the high school theatre teacher at both Cherry Creek High School and Heritage High School for many years.
His solo concert,  "Mark Devine: Awesome 70's Music… and more" will be supported by a great band including Justin Francoeur (guitar), Anthony Walker (guitar), Neil Hebbert (bass), Todd Talbot (drums), with Ashley D. and Maria G. (both adding vocals)... and more surprises to come.

Performed will be songs from over a dozen different artists, with very different sounds… including classics from Journey to Ambrosia to Rush. 
Mark says "If you love MM8TR… then you will probably really,  really,  really,  really like my solo concert. If you love 70's Music and listened to Casey Kasum and 'American Top 40' when you were a kid… you may even love it."
Mark Devine: Awesome 70's Music... and more is Friday, September 18th only at The Oriental Theater (4335 w. 44th) in Denver. 
Two Shows. One night.  The first show starts at 7:30 (Seating at 7pm). The second show starts at 9:00 (seating at 8:30pm). Tickets are $17 and are very limited. This show is part of the Oriental Safe Sounds Series. Tickets can be purchased online at