In 2008 Mark wrote & released a novel, Thirteen Tonne Theory, a loose collection of stories, observations and exploits from his 18 years with Hunters & Collectors and subsequent career as a solo musician.
Mark explored some more acting last year with a theatrical role in the 2009 Malthouse Theatre production “ One Night The Moon “ and a guest appearance on Channel 7’s “ City Homicide “.
2011 for Mark will mean touring around the country with a new as yet untitled, solo release.
A passionate, intense vocalist, Mark continues to draw a strong crowd. Mark Seymour’s song writing ever evolves, as he produces songs that resonate and permeate one’s consciousness. Mark Seymour’s music and lyrics have formed an indelible part of Australia’s musical songbook.
“ Mark Seymour is one of those rare performers who really shouldn’t be defined only by his chart-topping past as he remains as vital and creative today as he ever did back in the 1980’s fronting Hunters & Collectors “ Grahame Blackley – Beat.
“ he’s known to his friends and fans as the warm, generous, laconic and, most importantly self-depreciating person we meet ( in his book ) “, Robert Forster.