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FROM THE AGE OF 15 ,MARK SULLIVAN HAS BEEN FROM BAND TO BAND AND NOW ON HIS SOLO JOURNEY WITH NEW SINGLE 'WARM YOUR BONES' AND EP 'STILL GOOD FOR NOTHING' SET TO RELEASE IN MARCH!

What is your name?

Mark Sullivan
What is your genre of music? Acoustic/funk/soul

Give us a little bio about you.

Ok, so i have been playing since i was 15, in bands, duo’s and now solo. 1,574 more words

Music

Mark Sullivan releases single “Warm Your Bones” from forthcoming EP out March 10th

Herts-based singer-songwriter takes inspiration from recording in America and embarks on two UK tours in lead-up to first single and EP release

 After an inspired trip to the US in 2016 to make a record in Bruce Springsteen’s hometown with acclaimed producer, Steve Greenwell, Hertfordshire-born singer-songwriter, Mark Sullivan, is gaining some serious musical momentum. 617 more words

News

A Conversation With Mark Sullivan, Philadelphia Marathon LEGacy Runner and Course Expert

Speaking of course changes, Sullivan had the opportunity to run the half marathon course earlier this year and he ran the marathon course changes and he approves the changes. 19 more words

Running

A Conversation With Mark Sullivan, Philadelphia Marathon LEGacy Runner and Course Expert

by Dawn Angelique Roberts,  USATF Certified Coach, Co-Founder of Elite Access Running @eliteaccessrun

Hey Philly Running Community, Happy Race Week!

I had the pleasure of discussing the… 1,055 more words

Running

The GAMES - James Patterson & Mark Sullivan

The timelines in this enormously exciting thriller are NOW! Right now, as we approach the start of the Rio Olympic Games. It was odd to live through the story, but not seeing it happen on the daily news. 251 more words

Book Reviews

A Book Spy Review: 'The Games' By James Patterson and Mark Sullivan

Every four years, the entire world is captivated by one event. As all eyes turn to the athletes who give everything they have to represent their country in their respective sports, one man faces the opposite way, watching everyone else.  974 more words