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Location Atlanta , GA
Mark Pucci began his career in 1972 in Memphis, TN, as music editor for a monthly entertainment magazine. In addition to writing features, album and live reviews, he supervised a freelance staff of six writers from around the South. Some of the artists he interviewed during this time included David Bowie (one of the first interviews granted during his American "Ziggie Stardust Tour"), Lou Reed, ZZ Top, The Allman Brothers Band, The New York Dolls, Mott The Hoople, Ted Nugent, Robin Trower and Big Star. He also began to freelance stories to several national magazines, including Rolling Stone, Phonograph Record Magazine and Zoo World, and produced radio commercials for Mid-South Concerts.
After Capricorn Records ceased operations in late 1979, he moved to Atlanta and established his first independent publicity venture, Mark Pucci Associates. His client list during the 12 years of that company's operation included HighTone Records, Blacktop Records, Elvin Bishop, Tinsley Ellis, Charlie Musselwhite, Delbert McClinton, Kenny Neal, Roy Buchanan, Little Charlie & the Nitecats, The Paladins, Michelle Shocked, Guadalcanal Diary, Webb Wilder, Jimmie Dale Gilmore, Boozoo Chavis, Charlie Feathers, Johnny Johnson, Steve Morse and Bertie Higgins.