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Mark Godwin

Mark Godwin Mark Godwin is an Adjunct Instructor of Music in the Belmont University School of Music. He teaches applied guitar classes.

Mr. Godwin received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Performance with a Classical Guitar emphasis from Samford University. He has taught private and ensemble guitar instruction at David Lipscomb University, University of Alabama and Tennessee Tech University. He currently performs in the Godwin-Thompson Classical Guitar Duo and as guitarist and lutenist for the Early Music Consort of David Lipscomb University.

Mr. Godwin has performed and toured with several Nashville artists including Colin Raye, Deborah Burns, Barbara Allen, Kate Campbell, the Claimstakers, Floating Men, Kim Gold and Brett James. Before moving to Nashville, Mr. Godwin was the principal guitarist for the Alabama Symphony Pops Orchestra where he performed with Guest Artists including Ella Fitzgerald, Roger Williams, Marvin Hamlish, Gladys Knight, Bob Hope, and Nancy Wilson. He also performed for the Town and Gown Theatre, the Birmingham Festival Theatre, and Summerfest. Mr. Godwin also has extensive studio experience recording songwriter demos, commercial jingles, and album/CD projects for various writers and artists in the Nashville Area.