Stevenage songwriter celebrates release of debut EP

16:28 13 June 2014

Mark Sullivan is celebrating the release of his debut EP

Mark Sullivan is celebrating the release of his debut EP


Singer-songwriter Mark Sullivan is celebrating the release of his debut EP.

The Stevenage-based musician has recorded for tracks for The Slow Show - which is now available on iTunes.

Well-known as a regular performer at the town’s The Chequers pub - as part of his old band Gekko alongside percussionist Clint Henderson - and Stevenage Day earlier this month, Mark is looking forward to reaching new heights with his musical career. He said: “These are exciting times and I really appreciate all the great feedback I have since issuing some free downloads.”

Mark said he was “utterly humbled and honoured” after the EP hit no.13 on the singer-songwriter iTunes download chart and hopes he can push it even further. He will return to Stevenage next Saturday when he will play Armed Forces Day in the town centre.

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