Mark DeCerbo has been a powerful force in the San Diego music scene since the early 80's with his band Four Eyes. He has been described as being part of that "elite fraternity of popmeisters whose ranks include Paul McCartney, Cliff Richard, Eric Carmen, Nick Lowe and Glenn Tilbrook. They don't just write songs, they craft them." (Thomas K. Arnold, San Diego Magazine). After a stint with MCA Records Mark recorded his debut solo album, "Baby's Not in the Mood" for Bizarre/Straight Records in 1990. The album, featuring Mike Kenneally (Frank Zappa), Pat Mastelotto (XTC, Mister Mister), and Burleigh Drummond (Ambrosia), was described as a "Don't miss" in Billboard magazine and won kudos from critics. "You could hang Christmas bulbs with the hooks in DeCerbo's tunes." (John D'Agostino, LA Times). Mark has worked in the studio with the likes of Earle Mankey, legendary for his work with The Beach Boys, 20/20, Sparks, and Concrete Blonde, to name just a few. In the live arena, Mark has performed solo or with his band Four Eyes, opening for such artists as Nick Lowe, Paul Carrack, John Hiatt, The Romantics, Marshall Crenshaw John Mayall, Huey Lewis and the News, Squeeze, Roseanne Cash, the Everley Brothers, Billy Swan, Tower of Power, Livingston Taylor, NRBQ and Sonia Dada. Mark's song, "Contagious" is featured in CBS' Movie of the Week "Mike Hammer: Come Die with Me". Fueling Four Eyes' resurgence in 2004 is a compilation of songs from their expansive catalogue due to be released in the fall of 2005 on the Japanese super-label, Wizzard In Vinyl Records, it is titled "Four Eyes featuring Mark DeCerbo". Mark also has new songs on four other compilations this year including Ringo Starr and Neil Diamond tribute albums. Four Eyes performed at the International Pop Overthrow 2004 and 2005 in Los Angeles and was nominated in the Pop Music category for the San Diego Music Awards 200