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

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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.

Visit www.marksullivanmusic.com for more information.

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