Mark Crozer (writer and performer of WWE superstar Bray Wyatt's entrance theme)
Mark Crozer (writer and performer of WWE superstar Bray Wyatt's entrance theme) is now available for autograph and solo performance appearances through SBI. He is based in NYC.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Mark Crozer
Ask anyone who’s been watching Raw or Smackdown over the last couple of years about which superstars have the best entrance right now and you will likely hear people say ‘The Wyatt Family!’ When the Family burst onto Raw in 2013 to unleash a brutal assault on Kane, their appearance was precipitated by the eerie and bass-heavy swamp stomp of their entrance theme ’Live In Fear.’ The song was an instant hit with wrestling fans around the world leading to an electrifying live performance by its creator Mark Crozer at Wrestlemania 30.
While WWE aficionados are undoubtedly familiar with Crozer’s song of a man ‘broken out in love’ they may be less familiar with the song’s writer and performer himself. Crozer is a British musician with a long history of music making, perhaps best known outside of the squared circle as the bass player with Scottish rock legends The Jesus and Mary Chain.
Having spent the last ten years touring with the band worldwide, writing and recording four solo records and working as a songwriter in the UK, Canada and mostly recently New York City, he is soon to publish his rock n roll memoirs entitled ’Broken Out In Love.’ Crozer’s frank and revealing autobiography promises to reveal the exhilarating highs and crushing lows of life as an indie musician with hilarious tales of disastrous live shows in Scandinavia; wild boar attacks in Germany; onstage electrocution in the USA; awkward encounters with REM, Judas Priest, Red Hot Chili Peppers and others and the seemingly effortless destruction of a dazzling array of motor vehicles. And, of course, the full story of ‘Live In Fear’ and the WWE.
Mark Crozer will be making select live appearances this fall to meet and greet fans and read extracts from his upcoming autobiography.