Shawndell Marks is a singer/songwriter/pianist with big hair and little feet. She has been playing with a band since the age of 15 and once sang backup every night for a whole summer for an Elvis impersonator. He sweated. A lot. She then went on to study music at the University of Wisconsin. Her favorite band is Supertramp and favorite food is peanut butter. Her favorite thing ever is the grand piano in her living room - a gift from her father the year he died. She has released two original albums, Remnants of Crazy and Little Things. The second album does not refer to her feet, but rather sweet, simple concepts using her voice, a piano, and various sounds from a keyboard. She was recently part of the highly-acclaimed production of the Tear Down the Wall at the historic Al Ringling Theater in Baraboo, a multi-media presentation of Pink Floyd's The Wall album as backup singer and keyboardist. She currently resides in rural Reedsburg.