Marilyn Harris Mark Wolfram

Mark conducts the Sinfonia of London.

Marilyn - performing live.

Trade ad from 1982 - people still say they think
they've recently seen this ad - it goes to show
the power and longevity of good advertising!

A color shot from the "New American Jingle Classic" photo shoot in 1982. Here we are playing different instruments. The photographer was Bodi of New York City. The backdrop was recreated by Cynthia Leachan of Brooklyn, NY.

Mark displays the SLATE Award, which he won for
Best Original Score (for the film "The Interrogation")
at the 2002 California Independent Film Festival.

Mark & Marilyn at the annual International Association of Jazz Educators conference in New York City - January 2004.

 Marilyn on her 2004 "The Future Is NOW!" Tour (21 days, 26 states, 7,000 miles of driving)
to promote her Wrightwood Records CD "Future Street" - which played on over
130 radio stations, 4 nationally syndicated shows, was Chartbound for several weeks
on the JazzWeek charts, rated in the Top-10 on the CMJ-Jazz charts - and
was heard worldwide over the internet and on Voice of America Radio!
Pictured are Marilyn with (clockwise-from the upper left) Arturo Gomez @ KUVO-Denver,
Joey Reynolds @ WOR-NYC, Dennis Woo @ KTEP-El Paso,
and kotoist Mara Purl in Colorado Springs.

Marilyn & co-writer Mark Winkler lay down vocal tracks for
"Sunglasses in the Rain" (from Marilyn's CD "Future Street")

Mark conducts a Hollywood session orchestra.

Jazz legend Bob Dorough joins Marilyn in a duet
on Marilyn & Mark Winkler's original song "Cool"
(from Marilyn's CD "Round Trip")

Marilyn poses with members of the L. A. Jazz All-Stars Big Band
during a break while recording Marilyn's new Wrightwood Records big band CD "Round Trip". (WRCD-1569)

Pictured are (from L to R) Andy Martin, Bill Liston,
arranger/producer Mark Wolfram, John Yoakum, Don Shelton,
Bruce Otto, Ralph Humphrey, Wayne Bergeron, Charlie Loper,
Larry Lunetta, Greg Huckins, Warren Luening, Peter Erskine,
Charlie Morillas, Pete Christlieb, Chuck Berghofer, Jim Fox,
Rick Baptist, Dan Higgins, and singer/songwriter Marilyn Harris.