Mark Cabaniss is an ASCAP composer and arranger. His compositions have been successfully programmed in churches and schools nationally. Mark is a multiple recipient of ASCAP's Popular Music Award and an Angel Award as a producer. He is a member of The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (NARAS), and serves on the Board of Advisors for "The Music Man Square," a museum and foundation in Mason City, Iowa, dedicated to furthering music education and honoring the legacy of Meredith Willson (creator of Broadway's The Music Man). As a broadcaster, Mark has produced various live and broadcast productions for over 20 years. Production credits include Eventide: Voices in Song (syndicated) and Steve Allen's Great American Songwriters heard on National Public Radio (hosted by the late, legendary entertainer). Mark's work in music business and broadcasting has led to collaborations with Andy Griffith, pop and Broadway songwriter Rupert Holmes, jazz pianist Loonis McGlohon, gospel singer Cynthia Clawson and others. Mark holds bachelors and masters degrees in music education and communications from Mars Hill College and The University of Tennessee.