Mark Safan, a visual artist and a musician, was born in Los Angeles, California, and received formal art training at various universities and institutes from Santa Barbara to Vancouver in the late sixties and early seventies.
Mark released “I’m On My Way” in 1976 courtesy of Warner Brothers Records. He made a guest appearance on T-Bone Burnett’s 1982 release, “Trap Door,” also on Warner Brothers. In 1981, he released “Mark Safan and the Keepers” on Planet Records. He then contributed “Win In The End” on the “Teen Wolf” soundtrack released by Metronome in 1985, and “I’m On My Way” on the “Dream” soundtrack released by Universal in 2005.