Mark Hicks

Mark F Hicks

Also known as Drac, Hicks, Hicxs, M. Hicks, M.Hicks, Marc (Drac) Hicks, Mark "Doughboy" Hicks, Mark "Drac" Hicks, Mark 'Drac' Hicks, Mark (Drac) Hicks
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Guitarist from [a=Slave] who passed away on the 16th of June, 2011. Mark was part of Slave when they started to record and tour. Around 1980 he left, although he kept recording on a solo-album by other former Slave-member [a=Stephen C. Washington] and also for Washington's project, [a=Civil Attack (2)]. Around 1988 he released his first solo-album on [l=Ichiban Records], to which Slave was signed as well. Mark recorded again with Slave, on their albums "Slave 88" (1988), "Rebirth" (1990), "The Funk Strikes Back" (1992) and "Masters Of The Fungk" (1995). Around 2005 he released "Keep Tha Funk Alive," a single on his own Drac2005 label which includes 3 mixes of the new song, and 3 other mixes of a remake from "Weak At The Knees", originally recorded by [a=Steve Arrington's Hall Of Fame]. In recent years, Mark has been performing Slave-compositions, from which 2 live-dvds have been released.

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