Mark Allen Felton

Mark Allen Felton


Mark Allen Felton’s talents are not just limited to music.  He is a multitalented, multifaceted man who is determined to share his God given abilities in every forum God makes available to him.


This multi-faceted musician is a native of Chicago, Illinois and has made a name for himself as one of the smoothest saxophonist around! At the tender age of 11, he began pursuing a musical pathway that was inspired by such artists as Grover Washington Jr., Kool & The Gang and Earth, Wind and Fire.  By the time he graduated from high school, Mark Allen Felton aka Panther had received numerous awards for his musical excellence including a scholarship to Texas Southern University in Houston.  
While attending TSU, Panther played in the school’s jazz ensemble and other local bands. Soon after, he formed his own band, Electric Storm, which featured Terry Ellis from R&B super group En Vogue. Felton went on to co-produce an album for the legendary track star Carl Lewis that was released in Japan.
Felton soon relocated to Los Angeles and began building a reputation for himself appearing in videos with various R&B and Rap hit makers.  In addition to his smooth Jazz career, Felton has also built quite a reputation in the Gospel arena and has traveled abroad performing in such countries as Japan, France, Italy, and the United Kingdom. 

Felton released his first smooth Jazz CD On The Prowl on his own record label, Miõn Records in 1994.  Felton has written well over a hundred songs including the theme song for the nationally syndicated radio show Radioscope.  Not just another saxophonist, Felton is an artist you have to experience.

He has shared the stage with many artists including:  legends like Shirley Caesar, Edwin Hawkins, Bobby Jones, Kirk Whalum, Karen Clarke-Sheard, T.D. Jakes, and Noel Jones, author Neal Donald Walsh ("Conversations With God"), motivational speaker Les Brown as well as Stevie Wonder, Al Jarreau, Oleta Adams, Chaka Khan, Kenny G., Ronnie Laws, Billy Preston, Bobby Womack, Carl Thomas, percussionist Ndugu Chancler, and comedians Tommy Davidson,George Wallace and many more.

Mark Allen Felton has appeared nationally with his video “Yes Jesus Loves Me” as well as other performances from the Bobby Jones Gospel Retreat and The Jeff Majors Show on BET, TV One, The Dream Network and The Word Network.


On The Prowl (CD)
Gospel Stroll (CD)
A Blessing (CD/DVD)

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Set List

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