“As Wagner sings and has discovered on multiple levels, everyone needs love and he is beautifully doing his part.”
— CCM Magazine

From the opening “All I Need” and its message of redeeming love to songs like “Made for Love” that speak to our longing and need to have God’s love — this album is simply lovely from top to bottom.”
— Worship Leader Magazine    

“Mark Wagner has the best of all qualities of a singer-songwriter and on his fourth release his music excels with an edifying batch of songs.  Some songwriters like to focus on their life – like a journal – while others tell stories of everyday life, and then there is Mark Wagner.  His songwriting is more like vertical worship coffee shop style.  Its uplifting and very Christ centered.”   — Alpha Omega News

“If you bring together Josh Wilson, Brandon Heath, Rich Mullins, and a bit of Paul Colman and Charlie Hall, you get Mark Wagner. Exposing his vulnerabilities and shortcomings, Mark creates a space where God can invade and permeate through the calm music. Well done Mark!”  —
“His rich acoustic music skillfully integrates the soulful sound of Stevie Wonder with the eloquent poetry of an Andrew Peterson while his latest album NeedLove is a powerful musical statement intended to help women at risk in Ethiopia.”


“Overall, Wagner’s lighthearted style is irrefutably pleasant.”   —

“In true Wagner fashion, NeedLove, showcases his aptitude for accessible lyrics intended, on this record, to remind listeners of their need for God’s love.”   —

“He has brought his fans a work of continued passion and musical talent that has its roots in the style of other pop artists like Coldplay, Dave Barnes and Bebo Norman.”  —

“Well written and recorded, Mark’s latest release NeedLove is an impressive acoustic-backed collection of songs, buoyed by soaring guitar work and moving backbeats.”   — The Alabama Baptist

“An album rife with CHR-friendly singles, NeedLove is sure to make other people sit up and take notice.”
— The Christian Manifesto

NeedLove is an album devoted to expressing our need for love and the type of love God offers and desires for us.”
— The Sound Opinion                                                                                                                                       

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