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Mark Wills Biography

Mark Wills Biography

 Mark Wills (born August 8, 1973 as Daryl Mark Williams) is an American country music singer. Signed to Mercury Records in 1996, he released his self-titled debut album that year. The album produced three singles on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) charts that year, of which two were Top Ten hits. Wills' second album, Wish You Were Here, was released in 1998. His highest-selling album to date, it was certified platinum by the RIAA; its title track became his first Number One country hit in 1999. Wish You Were Here was followed by 2000's Permanently (which was certified gold) and 2001's Loving Every Minute, neither of which had the chart success of his second album. In 2003, Wills released his first Greatest Hits compilation; its lead-off single "19 Somethin'" spent seven weeks at the top of the country charts. His last album for Mercury, And the Crowd Goes Wild, was also released in 2003, and produced two minor singles before he exited the label. Country singer Clint Black signed Wills to his Equity Music Group label in 2007. To date, he has charted three singles on Equity. His first album for the label, titled Familiar Stranger, was originally slated for release in September of 2007, then later in February 2008, although as of June 2008, the album has not been released.

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