Author(s): Mark Walton
Mark Walton grew up in the brightest yellow house in Christchurch at the not so posh end of Worcester Street. There was no indication that his simple childhood would be the nurturing ground for a prodigious musical talent and a creative imagination. Playing the clarinet became his passport to an unlikely and fascinating life that has taken him from the quiet life of Christchurch to New York, South Africa, and the Australian outback. This story is more about the man than the music. It is funny, sad, matter-of-fact and always inspirational
An autobiography of Mark Walton, a Christchurch born clarinet player. This story shows how far music can take someone.