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Mark Hitt has passed away, and his obituary details his musical career as a violinist as well as the cause of his passing.

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Mark Hitt has passed away, and his obituary details his musical career as a violinist as well as the cause of his passing. Mark began playing the violin when he was 7 years old and moved to the guitar when he was 11 years old. When it comes to improvising on the guitar, Mark takes a modern and unconventional approach. Follow For More Updates at Rapiddnews.com

Mark Hitt has passed away, and his obituary details his musical career as a violinist as well as the cause of his passing.
Mark Hitt has passed away, and his obituary details his musical career as a violinist as well as the cause of his passing.

Mark Hitt has passed away

He differentiates himself from other mainstream guitarists by putting an emphasis on a novel, “out of the box,” phrasing method, but at the same time maintaining a solid blues basis throughout. Mark believes that “Wherever I am on the fretboard, my roots are still blues.” He mixes raw, effervescent rock riffs with phrases that seem like they were played on a violin.

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Mark has collaborated with a variety of artists, including the Robin Zander Band, Rat Race Choir, Annie Haslam, Eddie Jobson, Eddie Kramer, The Tubes, Zebra, CPR, Leslie West, Tony Visconti, Richie Havens, Felix Cavaliere, Brian Johnson, Cliff Williams, Maggie Bell, John Entwistle, and John Bonham. He has also recorded and toured with them.

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