Mark Collie’s Even The Man In The Moon Is Cryin’ — Flashback Friday [VIDEO]
As we wrap up another week, it’s time to break out another great country song and video from the past with this week’s edition of Flashback Friday. This week we go back about 20 years for a Top 5 hit from Mark Collie, “Even The Man In The Moon Is Cryin’”
Released in the August of 1992 from his self-titled third album, The song became the biggest of Mark’s career peaking at #5 on the Billboard Country Charts. He would follow this up with another Top 10 called “Born To Love You” which peaked at #6.
Not only is Mark a great singer-songwriter, but a fine actor as well appearing in the Steven Segal movie “Fire Down Below“, an assassin in movie based on the comic book “The Punisher” and played Johnny Cash in a short film called “I Still Miss Someone” which he co-wrote the screenplay for. A big fan of Cash, he took inspiration form Johnny’s live Prison Albums and recently released “Alive At Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary” on May 1st.