Artists in Relation to Mark Heard

Who has MH produced for?
Who has sung BGV's for Mark's songs?

Who has covered MH's songs?
Who has mentioned Mark Heard in interviews?

Who has MH produced for?

John Austin
John Fischer
Harrod & Funck
Pierce Pettis: Tinseltown Randy Stonehill Vigilantes of Love: Killing Floor (with Peter Buck)

Who has covered MH's songs?

John Austin, "Go Ask the Dead Man" on Unauthorized Authorized Bootleg
Rich Mullins, "Big and Strong" on A Liturgy, a Legacy, and a Ragamuffin Band", c1993
Pierce Pettis, "Satellite Sky" on Making Light of It, 1996
"Nod Over Coffee" on Chase the Buffalo
"Tip of My Tongue" on Everything Matters, 1998
Leslie Phillips, "Heart of Hearts" on Beyond Saturday Night, 1983

On the album Orphans of God

...Song they covered
Julie & Buddy Miller
"Orphans of God"
They're married to each other. Julie has sang with people like Victoria Williams, Cry Cry Cry and Emmylou Harris. Buddy has played for people like Lucinda Williams and Allison Moorer.
Michael Been
"We Know Too Much"
He's a member of The Call.
The Vigilantes of Love
"Freight Train to Nowhere"
MH co-produced VOL's Killing Floor (with Peter Buck from REM).
Ashley Cleveland
"It's Not Your Fault"
Ashley Cleveland has a Grammy!! Finally a good, talented artist not too overlooked.
Dan Russell
"I Just Wanna Get Warm"
Shares ownership in Fingerprint Records
Kate Taylor
"Satellite Sky"
She is the sister of James Taylor, but she has enough talent to stand on her own name.
Pat Terry
"Mercy of the Flame"
Brooks Williams
"Rise from the Ruins"
Bruce Cockburn
"Strong Hand of Love"
Canadian guitarist
Victoria Williams
"What Kind of Friend"
The Williams Brothers
"House of Broken Dreams"
The sons of Andy Williams. No relation to Victoria.
Tom Prasada-Rao
"Tip of My Tongue"
Indian guitarist.
Phil Keaggy
"Everything is Alright"
You've heard the Jimi Hendrix urban legend thing.
Olivia Newton-John
"Big and Strong"
You've seen her in Grease and you've seen her sing "Suddenly" with Cliff Richard.
Big Faith
"All She Wanted Was Love"
"Another Good Lie"
The Parmin Sisters -- without Ramona Silver.
Chagall Guevara
"Treasure of the Broken Land"
Chagall Guevara features lead vocalist Steve Taylor. At the end of the song you can hear them singing "all the way to Macon."
Kevin Smith
"Lonely Moon"
Member of DC Talk. Has sung background vocals for Rich Mullins. He has enough sense.
Harrod and Funck
"Worry Too Much"
On Fingerprint Records. They were produced by Mark Heard before he died.
Fingerprint artist. Enough said.
John Austin
"Big Wheels Roll"
Parmin Sisters
"Rise from the Ruins"
Ramona Silver and the group: hezze
"Watching the Ship Go Down"
Tonio K.
"Another Day in Limbo"
Carolyn Arends
"Love is so Blind"
On the Reunion label. Her Brown Bannister-ed debut: I Can Hear You is folk-ish, and her sophomore project is a combination of folk and rock.
Pierce Pettis
"Nod Over Coffee"
Co-wrote "You Move Me," recorded by Susan Ashton and also Garth Brooks.
Ramona Silver
"Remarks To Mr. McLuhan"
On Fingerprint Records
Swinging Steaks
"Long Way Down"
Local Bostonian group that rocks.
Randy Stonehill & Kate Miner
"Look Over Your Shoulder"
Stonehill: had albums produced by MH.
Miner: sang background vocals for MH, including the original version of "Look Over Your Shoulder."
Glen Kaiser
"Threw It Away"
Colin Linden
"Dry Bones Dance"
The Choir
"Tip Of My Tongue"
"Strong Hand of Love"
Marvin Etzioni
"Hammer and Nails"

Who has sung BGVs for Mark Heard?

Sharon McCall,
Julie Miller,
Kate Miner,
Leslie/Sam Phillips

Who has mentioned Mark Heard in interviews?
Though these people haven't covered Mark's songs (as of yet) they were still inspired by him. (I'll try to get specific information as to when/where they mentioned this).

Wes King
Jan Krist