Mark Evitts is an American composer, songwriter, and producer. His music has recently been heard as an additional music composer on Netflix’s top ten animated hit Arlo The Alligator Boy. In August 2021, he was a co-writer on Nas’s #1 Billboard album King’s Disease II for the single “Brunch on Sundays.”
Evitts has earned two GRAMMY winning certificates for string arranging and violin/viola performance on Joey + Rory's RIAA certified Gold selling album, Hymns. His string arrangements and recordings were also featured in NBC's “SMASH" Emmy nominated song, "Voice In A Dream" and Train's New Year's Eve Time Square performance of John Lennon's "Imagine" in 2013. Years of learning to play multiple instruments has allowed Evitts the opportunity to conceive sounds from a raw provenance for his own projects and provide samples of these authentic sounds to creative music software and virtual instrument companies like Output's Arcade.
Mark has been an arranger and musician on several hit television shows, including "The Bachelor", “Nashville", "Blood and Oil", BBC One's documentary "Love In A Day", SVT's award winner documentary series "Jills Veranda", as well as films Finding Your Feet, Changeover, and Summer Forever.
Evitts has worked with artists G Herbo, Train, David Guetta, Jewel, The Band Perry, Blues Traveler, Joey+Rory, and Katharine McPhee. He has also toured as a violinist/fiddler, violist, mandolinist, guitarist, and pianist with Rodney Atkins, Jimmy Wayne, American Idol's Bo Bice, and many others playing prestigious stages, such as The Grand Ole Opry and Carnegie Hall.