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Mark Allen Lindsay
Madman Marcus
9 March 1942, Cambridge, Idaho, USA
6' 3"
Mark Lindsay was born in Idaho. Mark's musical career began at the age of 15 fronting a local group in Idaho. A year later, he met keyboardist Paul Revere, and they formed The Downbeats, later to be called Paul Revere & the Raiders. In the 1960s, the Raiders chalked up 17 hot 100 hits and two network TV shows, "Where the Action Is" (1965-1967)and "It's Happening"/"Happening '68" (1968-1969). In the early 70s Mark turned to film scoring. He continued to make inroads as a solo artist with "Arizona", and as a group leader with The Raiders. By the end of the decade, Mark Lindsay retired from active performing but worked as an A&R executive for United Artists Records. As of recently, he has returned to solo performing with his "Mighty Band" playing over 100 dates a year. 1996 saw the release of his comeback album "Video Dreams".
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-   'Jaime Zygon' (1976 - ?) (divorced)

-   'Deborah Brandt' (29 July 1989 - present)


-   Hair in a ponytail


-   Member of 1960s rock band 'Paul Revere (I)' (qv) & The Raiders.

-   Was up for the lead role in the film _Wild in the Streets (1968)_ (qv).

-   Worked as a delivery boy for future band-mate 'Paul Revere (I)' (qv) at Revere's restaurant.

-   At different times, he lived in both 10050 Cielo Drive and 8763 Wonderland Avenue, both in Los Angeles. The Ciello Drive home became infamous after actress 'Sharon Tate (I)' (qv) and several guests were brutally murdered by followers of 'Charles Manson' (qv) on August 8, 1969. The nearby Wonderland house became the site of another famous Hollywood murder when former porn-actor 'John Holmes (I)' (qv) and bodyguard Gregory DeWitt Niles took part in the equally horrific murder of four individuals with the encouragement of 'Eddie Nash' (qv), in what was a drug-related homicide on July 1, 1981. The extent of Holmes' involvement in the Wonderland Murders is unclear.

-   Was head of A&R (artists and repertoire) for United Artist Records in the 1970s.

-   Attended the Hollywood premiere of 'Richard Lester (I)' (qv)'s _How I Won the War (1967)_ (qv) with TV gossip columnist 'Rona Barrett' (qv). They arrived in a horse drawn carriage. The only problem was that Mark never obtained a "parade permit" from the city of Los Angeles for the horse. Soon after the movie starts, an usher informs Mark that there are police outside waiting to talk to him. He and Barrett escaped out the back of the theatre and never did get to watch the movie!

-   In the late 1970s he turned to music production and, with friend 'Perry Botkin Jr.' (qv), recorded disco singles under the aliases "Cake" (Ariola Records-1979) and "The Original Mass" (JDC Records-1981). Their song "Disco Kicks" was a moderate sized hit on the disco dance floors and was later covered by 'Boystown Gang' (qv).


-   Composed and sang the commercial theme "Western is the Only Way to Fly" for Western Airlines in the 1970s.

-   Composed and sang the bicentennial commercial jingle "Sing Your Own Song" for Annheiser-Busch Breweries (1976).

-   Composed and produced commercial jingles for Baskin Robbins, Budwieser, Doritos, Western Airlines, Chevrolet, Mattel and Pontiac among others.


-   (September 2004) Is retired and working on a live DVD of his final concert performed on in 2003.

-   (2007) Opened Mark Lindsay's Rock & Roll Cafe in Portland, Oregon.

Pictures of Lindsay, Mark (I)

1001 Songs: Interview with Paul Revere & The Raiders singer Mark ...
1001 Songs: Interview with Paul Revere & The Raiders singer Mark
1001 Songs: Interview with Paul Revere & The Raiders singer Mark ...
1001 Songs: Interview with Paul Revere & The Raiders singer Mark

Mark Lindsay - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mark Lindsay - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Postcards From a Wandering Minstrel | Mark Lindsay
Postcards From a Wandering Minstrel | Mark Lindsay

Mark Lindsay – Free listening, concerts, stats, & pictures at Last.
Mark Lindsay – Free listening, concerts, stats, & pictures at Last.
Mark Lindsay: “Happy Together” With His RV « 98.7 KLUV
Mark Lindsay: “Happy Together” With His RV « 98.7 KLUV

HELLO FROM FRED & ETHEL'S HOUSE: 06/
HELLO FROM FRED & ETHEL'S HOUSE: 06/
Cindybin: HAPPY 70TH BIRTHDAY, MARK LINDSAY!
Cindybin: HAPPY 70TH BIRTHDAY, MARK LINDSAY!




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Lindsay, Mark (I) Videos

Acting in movies by Lindsay, Mark

  1. '60s Pop Rock Reunion (2004) (TV)
  2. Wonderful Days (2003)
  3. "American Dreams" (2002) {High Hopes (#1.24)}
  4. "Hollywood Squares" (1998) {(2002-01-07)}
  5. "Married with Children" (1987) {Rock of Ages (#7.9)}
  6. "Vicki!" (1992) {(#1.1)}
  7. "My Generation" (1989) {Rock's Biggest Gambles}
  8. "The Oprah Winfrey Show" (1986) {(1990-02-26)}
  9. Shogun Assassin (1980)
  10. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (1978)
  11. "Make Your Own Kind of Music!" (1971)
  12. Kenny Rogers and the First Edition: Rollin' on the River (1971) (TV)
  13. "The Virginia Graham Show" (1970) {(1971-10-12)}
  14. America (1970) (TV)
  15. "Bandstand" (1952) {(1970-10-24)}
  16. "Get It Together" (1970) {(1970-05-23)}
  17. "It's Happening" (1968) {(1968-01-06)}
  18. "It's Happening" (1968) {(1968-07-29)}
  19. "Bandstand" (1952) {(1967-11-25)}
  20. "The Hollywood Palace" (1964) {(#4.16)}
  21. "Where the Action Is" (1965) {(#3.137)}
  22. "Where the Action Is" (1965) {(#3.140)}
  23. "Where the Action Is" (1965) {(#3.148)}
  24. "Where the Action Is" (1965) {(#3.152)}
  25. "Where the Action Is" (1965) {(#3.88)}
  26. "Where the Action Is" (1965) {(#3.93)}
  27. "Where the Action Is" (1965) {(#3.99)}
  28. "Bandstand" (1952) {(1966-02-05)}
  29. "Batman" (1966) {Dizzoner the Penguin (#2.18)}
  30. "Batman" (1966) {Hizzonner the Penguin (#2.17)}
  31. "Where the Action Is" (1965) {(#1.18)}
  32. "Where the Action Is" (1965) {(#2.106)}
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  91. "Where the Action Is" (1965) {(#3.8)}
  92. "Where the Action Is" (1965) {(1966-09-26)}
  93. "Where the Action Is" (1965) {(#1.0)}
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  95. "Where the Action Is" (1965) {(#1.11)}
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  137. "Bandstand" (1952) {(1961-05-04)}