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Mark Jackson (musician)

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Mark Jackson
Mark Jackson live at Starlite Room, Edmonton 2006.
Mark Jackson live at Starlite Room, Edmonton 2006.
Background information
Born (1970-05-10) 10 May 1970 (age 50)
OriginEssex, England
  • Drums
  • keyboards
Associated acts

Mark Jackson is a drummer, electronic percussionist, and keyboard player, formerly a member of futurepop act VNV Nation. He is also an established professional club DJ and remix artist. In November 2017, it was announced that he was leaving VNV Nation to pursue other projects.

In addition to his work with VNV Nation, Mark has been involved in numerous artistic collaborations with other musicians and producers in the electronic music scenes. Notably including vocal work with Rotersand, Reaper, Oliver Huntemann, and The Parallel Project, as well as live work and guest appearances with acts including Combichrist, Straftanz, Apoptygma Berzerk, and Kloq.

Mark originates from Essex, England and worked as a software developer, internet programmer, and web designer for CompuServe, MSN, and Microsoft. He played drums and keyboards as part of the electronic duo Manzero (1991–1993) and was vocalist and frontman for Faith Regime (1993–1995) before becoming a full-time musician with VNV Nation in 1996. He now lives in southwest France in the Basque Country region.

A hobby of his is raising tarantulas.

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