DUNCAN 80 years, 1 World Tour Site

Mark McBride

Comments

john

(March 2, 2009)

hope to see you guys again in manila ang eat at jollibee!!!(^_^)

kimmy

(February 26, 2009)

hi guys its me kim, hope you still remember me. hope to see you again here in manila and eat some sugar rush at cupcakes by Sonja . You do guys are great having that talent in yoyo tricks. i love when you guys do some yoyo tricks for us thanks for that. hope to see you again soon.

Stuartyong

(January 20, 2009)

Mark.. you are the MAN!!! Hope to see you soon!

pet

(January 20, 2009)

MArkkkkkkk!!!!!! Hope to see ya soon man!

yoyomama

(January 13, 2009)

OH to see the world on a YO-YO string!! Have a great time-- LY Owl & YO-YO Ma

JasonFox

(January 9, 2009)

Happy Birthday to DUNCAN! SONG AH~ If you guys can come to Taiwan, that will be awasome :P Have good time during your trip~

Fajar Siddiq

(January 5, 2009)

Mark is the man. Even i had hard time trying to understand his jokes. lol. but his the man. his the man. i see you soon!! heeeeeeee.. =D

Bence Kormendi

(January 5, 2009)

Yeah!!! We'll meet again. We'll make a big party for you guys! WELCOME FROM HUNGARY!

Rosgana

(January 5, 2009)

I want to meet you again Mark!!!!

yoyothing

(January 4, 2009)

WOOOOOOOO for MArk!!!
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Mark McBride is one of the 2 player/cameramen that will be on the whole tour. He was born and raised in Florida, United States and started playing yoyo seriously while he was going to film school in 1994, before most of the other yoyo companies around today even existed. He was the first person do many of the tricks that laid the foundation for modern yo-yoing, most notably "Velvet Rolls" and many other tricks that started 3A play. He wrote the "The Yonomicon" and was the director of Duncan videos: How to be a Player 1 & 2, Yoyo Viking Tour DVD and the Samurai Tour vids. He is one of the early members of the DXL Crew and the second oldest member of Duncan Crew. He has been on yoyo tours that have covered 4 continents, 10 countries, and almost every state in the United States, but yet 8 stops on the tour will be completely new for him. When people ask him what he does for a day job he says, "There is a point where movies, music and the internet collide. I work there."
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