Mark Hudson

Musician + Songwriter + Record Producer
Born Aug 23, 1951

Mark Hudson is a record producer, musician and songwriter based in both Los Angeles and New York City. After first rising to prominence as a performer, songwriter and TV personality in the 1970s as a member of the Hudson Brothers trio, Hudson achieved independent success as record producer and songwriter - working with a broad variety of artists including Cher, Ringo Starr, Aerosmith, Scorpions, Ozzy Osbourne, Hanson, Harry Nilsson, and the Baha Men.… Read More

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Learn about the memorable moments in the evolution of Mark Hudson.


1951 Birth Born on August 23, 1951.


1985 33 Years Old In 1985, he co-starred with Geena Davis in the TV show Sara, playing her next-door neighbor Stuart Webber. … Read More
1986 34 Years Old In 1986, he was the in-house bandleader on Fox's short-lived The Late Show Starring Joan Rivers. … Read More


1993 41 Years Old Hudson co-wrote the Grammy award-winning Aerosmith hit "Livin' on the Edge" in 1993, and has since co-written a total of 12 Aerosmith songs. … Read More
1994 42 Years Old In July 1994, he joined Disney's Hollywood Records as a songwriter and producer for performers such as Alice Cooper and Aerosmith. … Read More
1995 43 Years Old According to a story published in the Los Angeles Times, in March 1995, Hudson was dismissed from his job at Walt Disney Corp. because of unproven allegations by female employees that he had engaged in sexual harassment. … Read More


2004 52 Years Old 1 More Event
In 2004, he was recruited by Sharon Osbourne to join her team as vocal coach for the UK TV show The X Factor. … Read More
…  Hudson said in an interview with Beatlefan magazine that withdrawing from the 2006 All-Starr band tour was not the primary reason for the split and cited Starr's preference for using more synthesized sounds for his next album. … Read More
It was nominated for Best Surround Sound Album in the 51st annual Grammy Awards for the year 2007–2008. … Read More
2008 56 Years Old On April 13, 2008, Mark was asked to perform for US President Bill Clinton at a fundraising rally supporting Hillary Clinton's nomination campaign. … Read More
2009 57 Years Old In March 2009, he presented a soft launch of his first solo album, titled The Artist, at The Fest For Beatles Fans convention in New Jersey, where he also previewed music videos for the songs "Happy" and "All The Tea in China", the latter of which also featured his brother Brett Hudson.
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