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The Scoop on Mark St. John

Third Lead Guitarist of KISS

Mark St. John (born Mark Norton on Feb. 7th, 1956 in Anaheim, California) was only in KISS for an album, Animalize. He developed the arthritic condition Reiter's Syndrome just before the Animalize tour. He watched from back stage as Bruce Kulick filled in. Mark only played live once with KISS. It was Baltimore, Novemeber 27th, 1984. Things didn't go very well and he was out of the band the next day.

Since his days with KISS, he was part of the band WHITE TIGER for a couple of years. Then he got into producing and engineering, owned his own recording studio, managed a few bands and has done a couple of other album project. Mark still appears at a few Konventions each year. Now he teaches guitar to about 15 students a week.

 

Mark St. John Image Gallery

06/07/04 - Billboard

    

 

Projects Post KISS

 


LPReleased 1986 (CD Released 11/15/99)

ROCK WARRIORS
LOVE/HATE
BAD TIME COMING
RUNAWAY
STILL STANDING STRONG
LIVE TO ROCK
NORTHERN WIND
STAND AND DELIVER
WHITE HOT DESIRE


FEATURING
MARK ST. JOHN
DAVID DONATO
MICHAEL NORTON
BRIAN JAMES FOX


RAW

1. Do You Want Me
2. You're The One
3. Small Dose Of Lovin'
4. Whatya Doin'
5. Day Of The Dog
6. Lord Of The Fire
7. Love Me Or Leave Me
8. She's The Kind Of Girl
9. Razor Rock
10. Brother The Devil
11. I'm A Lover
12. Pull It Tight
13. Love Me Or Leave Me - (keyboard version)
14. Baby (Something About You)
15. Out Rockin'
16. Makin' Love
17. Fallin' In Love
18. You're Breakin' My Heart
19. Interlude/Little Pussy - (instrumental)
20. Big Cat Strut - (instrumental)


  1. A.W.O.L. (4:37)
    St. John
  2. Between The Lines (4:29)
    St. John/Criss
  3. Love For Sale (3:44)
    St. John/Criss
  4. No I'm No Affraid (4:17)
    Naro/Criss
  5. Baghdad (3:28) -
    St. John

Produced by Mark St. John, Steve Major, and Phil Naro;

Recorded at Wellesley Sound Studios, Toronto, Canada

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