OMGNashville was launched in 1990 by Nashville music veteran Mark Oliverius.  OMG is designed to be a ‘spring board’ for the independent musical artist.  Mark has a deep passion for the recording and writing process and he loves every step and aspect of the recording journey.  

 

OMG is dedicated to producing the best quality recordings and providing the best resources available.  Not only a country music producer, Mark has an extremely strong grasp on current trends in all genres of music.  OMG will assemble the best musicians, songwriters, and engineers to bring your project to life.


Mark Oliverius

 
 
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Mark is no stranger to the music business.  From extensive touring to producing to songwriting, Mark is truly an industry expert.  Mark spent years on the road as a touring keyboard player and band leader for acts like Joe Diffie, Pam Tillis and most recently Lorrie Morgan.  

 

Mark has had over 30 songwriting cuts including the Joe Diffie hit “She’s A Whole Lotta Gone”.  Songwriting credits include cuts by Lorrie Morgan (co-writer and producer of ‘I Walk Alone’ album), Trick Pony, Sammy Kershaw, Joe Diffie, Pam Tillis, Burns & Poe, T.G. Sheppard, Sawyer Brown, Kelly Lang and Mickey Gilley.  Mark has had songs featured in movies and television including the Hallmark movie “The Snow Bride” and “The Deal” starting Burt Reynolds.  He and Keith Burns’ song “Cowboy Stomp”, featuring Cowboy Troy, was the 2011 Theme song for the Dallas Cowboys.

 

Mark’s wheelhouse  also includes programing.  Mark has over 20 years programming tracks, beats and loops.  Programming plays a vital role in the production of today’s music.  It allows a producer to create sounds and tracks that cover vast, unlimited stylistic territories.