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Mark Dean

I'm a 40+ music fan. Fond mostly of rock and metal - my staple musical food delights. Originally from Northern Ireland, I am now based in the UK-Manchester. I have a hectic musical existence with regular shows and interviews. Been writing freelance for five years now with several international websites. Passionate about what I do, I have been fortunate already to interview many of my all-time musical heroes. My music passion was first created by seeing Status Quo at the tender age of 15. While I still am passionate about my rock and metal, I have found that with age my taste has diversified so that now I am actually dipping into different musical genres and styles for the first time. Photo: Mark Dean with Jeff Kendrick of Devildriver - Photography by Olga Kuzmenko

Interview: UDO DIRKSCHNEIDER

Udo Dirkschneider

Interview with UDO DIRKSCHNEIDER Interview by Mark Dean [separator style=”line” /] This tour is billed and promoted as a farewell to Accept. I just wondered why you have made that decision now? Let’s say it this way, for me it’s now time to close the book. Still Accept is in existence, …

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Interview: RICKY WARWICK

Ricky Warwick

Ricky Warwick is a Northern Irish musician and songwriter, and the lead singer with Black Star Riders and Thin Lizzy. He was also the frontman for the Scottish hard rock band The Almighty, with whom he achieved chart success in the UK throughout the 1990s...

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Interview: LEE AARON

Lee Aaron

Interview with LEE AARON Interview by Mark Dean [separator style=”line” /] Your new album, Fire and Gasoline, has had some very positive reviews already. I wonder if the reaction to the album has surprised you? Lee Aaron: Well, not to sound egotistical in any way, but I knew I was …

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Interview: Andy Cairns of THERAPY?

Andy Cairns

Interview with Andy Cairns of THERAPY? Interview by Mark Dean [separator style=”line” /] It’s the twenty-first anniversary of Infernal Love. Do you think the album has become more appreciated in recent years than it was at the time? Andy Cairns: Yeah, way more. I think people understand it a bit …

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