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About Mark

Mark Stanway (born Sutton Coldfield, 27 July 1954) is best known for his 36 year tenure as keyboard player in British melodic rock band Magnum. Between 1980 and 2016 he played on 19 studio albums, plus numerous live and compilation albums.

Aside from his work with Magnum he has also performed or recorded with Phil Lynott's Grand Slam, Robert Plant, Roy Wood, M3 Classic Whitesnake, the Quireboys and most recently the Sweden Rock Symphony Orchestra.

Mark maintains an active career within music. Mark is presently touring the UK with his "Intimate Evening with Mark Stanway" show, which mixes music and conversation as he shares with audiences stories from behind the scenes gathered during his career to date. In addition 2018 will see him revisiting the classic Magnum period of 1978-1994, as well as Grand Slam favourites, with Kingdom of Madness, which also features Mickey Barker, Richard Bailey, Laurence Archer, Neil Murray, Chris Ousey and Mo Birch.

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