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The Mark Four

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Years active  1963-1965
Active until  1965
Albums  The Creation
Associated acts  The Creation
Active from  1963
Genres  Pop rock, Rock music
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Also known as  Kenny Lee & The Mark Four
Origin  Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
Similar  The Creation, Eddie Phillips, John Dalton, The Poets, Kim Gardner

The Mark Four was an English pop rock band from Hertfordshire, England that was formed in 1963. Members included Kenny Pickett (vocals), Eddie Phillips (guitar), John Dalton (bass), Mick Thompson (guitar) and Jack Jones (drums).

The group recorded its first single in March 1964, and released it in May of the same year. Three more singles followed, the last of which was released August 1965. During this span the group would perform regularly, even seven days a week. The group even opened for a new club in Wilhelmshaven, Germany called The Big Ben Club.

Dalton left to join The Kinks on 31 October 1965 and Bob Garner replaced him. Soon after this line-up change, they became The Creation and went on to record singles between 1966 and 1968, including the Top 40 hit "Painter Man".


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