Mark Richardson’s Porch Thinkers connects with Saxophone lady Rosemary Quaye
Porch thinkers is a innovative style of interviewing in Marks distinctive style on a Porch. Marks concept of porch is not necessarily the porch on the front of your home but a special place or space where people shined the most, this could be an actor on set, a radio announcer on the studio, a singer on stage or even a politician in the Parliament house.
Mark contacted had heard songs which the saxophone lady Rosemary Quaye had played and instantly thought that the saxophone playing sound from Rosemary Quaye which created a fantastic backdrop to his work. The saxophone sound from Rosemary Quaye creates a rich tones of thoughtful memories which partnered with Marks interviews and podcast created a thoughtful marriage. Mark Richardson did not just pick a random Saxophonist to play he selected some of the world best names to contribute to his series of recordings including Belinda Carlisle.
Mark Richardson is a former Melbourne magazine editor, newspaper columnist, online blogger, speech writer, lyricist and presenter, he has been writing creatively and entertaining audiences through his written words since primary school, proving his talents from a very young age.
Mark’s Porch Thinker’s now includes hundreds of Porches in Melbourne each year and soon connected with ‘Porch Thinkers’ around Australia and through social media platforms began interviewing people around the globe. In late 2012, through a mutual friend, Mark was introduced online to Chris Horrocks, the owner of Glue Media, located in Media City (home of BBC, ITV and Dock 10 Studios) in Manchester. Chris was impressed with Porch Thoughts and invited Mark to write articles for his online Media City E-Zine
Rosemary Quaye is proud to have provided the track Masquerade written by Leon Russell played along with George Benson recording in his distinctive Jazz style, a thoughtful and evoking music track.