Mark Hill, a 2010 Nominee for the Academy of Country Music Bass Player of the Year award, is a sought-after Nashville session player working 500-600 sessions a year. His studio work embraces all styles from Country, to Rock, to Pop, to Gospel with artists such as Art Garfunkel, Richard Marx, Duane Eddy, Cliff Richard, Kenny Loggins, Amy Grant, Steven Curtis Chapman, Toby Keith, Martina McBride, Neil McCoy, Montgomery/Gentry, BJ Thomas, Wes Cunningham, John Wesley Harding, Bob Carlisle, Gretchen Wilson, Blake Shelton, Carrie Underwood, Lee Ann Womack, Sara Evans, The Oak Ridge Boys, Jim Peterik (Survivor), Charlie Peacock and many more.
Other studio work includes film and television soundtracks and national jingles for The Today Show, Ford Motor Co., Diamler/Chrysler, and Coca-Cola. He has made network television appearances on The Tonite Show with Jay Leno, Good Morning America, Ellen, and The View.
Although Mark has said that he prefers the spontaneity of session work to the repetition of touring, he has toured with Martina McBride and Steven Curtis Chapman and was both bass player and band leader for Keith Urban's Be Here 2004 Tour, which played 60 cities in the USA and Australia.