The Bollock Brothers' Mark Humphrey deadPosted on 02/04/08
"Big Mark" Humphries, keyboard player of The Bollock Brothers has passed away on March 31st, 2008. Humphries worked with the band on the 1996 album "Blood, Sweat & Beers" and the 2001 CD "Dead Sea Scrolls". The Bollock Brothers are a British Punk Novelty Music act formed in 1979 by the London promoter, DJ and manager Jock McDonald and are best known for or their cover of Serge Gainsbourg's song "Harley David (Son of a Bitch)". The current line-up consisted of Jock McDonald (vocals), Henning Janssen (guitar), Richard Collins (bass), Mark Humphrey (keyboards) and Patrick Pattyn (drums). Henning Janssen is currently represented by Fré Landuyt, the guitarist of the Belgian band Surf Speed Ball Jr.
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Posted by: Catgirl on Apr 02, 08 | 5:50 pm
Damn. That sucks. R.I.P Big Mark. Thanks for all the fish.
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