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Mark Brzezicki Biographical and Family Information
Mark Brzezicki FULL NAME: Mark Michael Brzezicki
June 21, 1957
BIRTH PLACE: Slough, Buckinghamshire, England
FATHER: Polish-born engineer and a trained singer
SIBLINGS: Steve (younger brother), Tony (older brother) and two sisters

Mark Brzezicki Instruments Played
Drums, percussion and backing vocals.

Mark Brzezicki Other Musical Projects
  • New York City Public Library (the three Brzezicki brothers "house" band)
  • Silver Stream (with John Land)
  • Flying Brzezicki Brothers (Mark and Steve)
  • On The Air (Simon Townshend, Tony Butler and Mark)
  • Rhythm For Hire (session duo with Tony)
  • Pete Townshend
    • 1980: Empty Glass
    • 1982: All the Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes
    • 1985: White City: A Novel
  • Simon Townshend
    • 1984: Sweet Sound
  • Frida
    • 1984: Shine
  • Roger Daltry
    • 1985: Under a Raging Moon
  • Procol Harum
    • 1991: Prodigal Stranger
    • 1996: The Long Goodbye (with London Symphony Orchestra and Tom Jones)
    • 1997: Within Our House (live album)
    • 1997: Performance in Kiev in June
  • The Cult
    • 1985: Love
  • Ultravox
    • 1986: U-VOX
  • Nik Kershaw
    • 1986: Radio Musicola
  • Joan Armatrading
    • 1988: Shouting Stage
  • Midge Ure
    • 1988 Answers to Nothing
    • 1991: Pure
    • 1997: Performing with at the Edinburch Festival in August
  • Left Big Country in July of 1989 but played drums on No Place Like Home as a session artist, and later returned for The Buffalo Skinners tour and subsequent projects.
  • Fish
    • 1988: Vigil in a Wilderness of Mirrors
  • Rick Astley
    • 1993: Body and Soul
  • Crazy World of Arthur Brown (1996/97, demo work on unidentified project)
  • Josh Phillips-Gorse (1997 writing on keyboards)
  • Tony Butler
    • 1997: The Great Unknown
  • Stuart Adamson (1997, may drum on Stuart's solo album)
  • Moody Marsden (1997, working with Bernie Marsden and Micky Moonie)
  • Whitesnake (1997, demos and charity gig in Buckingham)
  • Sister Sister (1997, work with Debbie and Katie that includes songwriting)
  • Rob Collins (1997, including songwriting)

Mark Brzezicki Musical Interests and Influences
Bill Bruford, Phil Collins, Brand X, Jimmy Smith, ABBA, The Police, Chicago, Gino Vanelli, Dixie Dreggs, Primus, The Jam, and the London Symphony Orchestra.

Mark Brzezicki Hobbies and Interests
Airplanes, aircraft engineering and art.

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