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Marillion

Year: 2008

Runtime: 02:15:13

Marillion are one of the UK music scenes best kept secrets; purveyors of soulful, powerful, and often deeply-moving music, with a long-standing reputation for blistering live shows which have earned them an impressive and faithful global fanbase.

Steve "h" Hogarth fronts the band (original lead-singer, "Fish", having departed in 1988).
and brought a new heart and energy to the band when arriving in 1989 and becoming lead-vocal/lyricist.

The band has evolved into a vibrant musical force to those who already love Marillion, theyre something special; to everyone else theyre a love affair waiting to happen.

During 2011 the band will be continuing the writing and recording of the new (yet to be titled) 17th studio album and performing a string of Christmas gigs in Germany, Holland and the UK.

Marillion Available In:

Rock, Alternative

Genres You May Like:

Rock, Alternative, Reggae, Punk, Documentary, Metal

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