Mark Shaw (singer)

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Mark Shaw (singer)

English singer who formed the successful 1980s rock band Then Jerico which he continues to front to this day, and whose last studio album to date was 1998's Orgasmaphobia which features the song [GUI]Some People[GUI] seen here in a live performance on the late night ITV James Whale Radio Show, featuring Duran Duran guitarist Andy Taylor add

Category: Music

Born in 1961.

Countries: United Kingdom (71%), (14%), (14%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Rock music, EMI, Peter Cox (musician)

Linked to: The Daily Telegraph, EMI




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Mark Shaw was born in 1961 add something


"'Mark Shaw"' is an English singer who formed the 1980s rock band Then Jerico, which he continues to front add something


After the original Then Jerico line-up split in early 1990, Mark Shaw went solo releasing his only studio album, "Almost" for EMI in 1991 add something


A live album, "Alive & Exposed", recorded in the summer of 1992 at The Grand Theatre, Clapham, London was released by Murder Records in 2000 under the 'Mark Shaw Etc., Then Jerico' banner featuring new song "Step Into The Light" add something


In January 1994, Shaw made his acting debut as Johnny in the London production of "Bad Boy Johnny and the Prophets of Doom" by Daniel Abineri add something


Their last studio album was 1998's "Orgasmaphobia" add something


In 2003, Shaw appeared in the "Reborn in the USA" reality television series, but abruptly quit the show after just one day of filming add something


Peter Cox (musician) - In 2003, Cox replaced Then Jerico's Mark Shaw on the UK TV reality show "Reborn in the USA" after Shaw stormed off the series in the show's first few days


Shaw was interviewed by Channel 5 about his "brief but memorable" appearance on "Reborn in the USA" and the numerous reasons why he walked out of the show on their "Most Shocking Talent Show Moments" programme which aired in April 2011 add something


Most recently, Shaw performed a semi-acoustic show at The Mercer, London on 11 November 2011 add something


In March 2012, Shaw announced that the original Then Jerico line-up were back together to perform their album "Big Area" in its entirety with a series of O2 Academy concerts in September add something


On 5 March 2012, Shaw announced that the original line-up of Then Jerico would reform to do a series of concerts in September playing their second album, "Big Area", in its entirety, plus more add something


On 10 June 2012, Vintage TV aired a show hosted by Shaw add something


It aired another show hosted by him on 3 October 2012 add something


On 12 December 2012, via the official ://www add something


As of February 2014 the 'original' Then Jerico called it a day, however lead singer Mark Shaw vowed to continue on with a new and improved line-up. to fulfill "'Let's Rock"' festival dates in May, June & July add something


A number of acoustic shows are scheduled to take place in 2018 add something