Marillion are an English art-rock band from Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, that released a 24-minute EP on EMI in 1982, followed by four studio albums and two live discs on the label between 1983 and 1988. After the departure of frontman Fish for a solo career, the band added ex-Europeans vocalist Steve Hogarth for a lengthy run of albums during the 1990s and into the 21st century.

Members: Steve Rothery (guitar), Doug Irvine (vocals, bass, 1979-81), Brian Jelliman (keyboards, 1979-81), Mick Pointer (drums, 1979-83), Diz Minnitt (bass, 1981-82), Fish (vocals, percussion, 1981-88), Mark Kelly (keyboards, 1981-present), Pete Trewavas (bass, vocals, 1982-present), Andy Ward (drums, 1983), John Marter (drums, 1983), Jonathan Mover (drums, 1983), Ian Mosley (drums, percussion, 1984-present), Steve Hogarth (vocals, piano, guitar, percussion, 1989-present)


  • Market Square Heroes (EP, 1982)
  • Script for a Jester’s Tear (1983)
  • Fugazi (1984)
  • Misplaced Childhood (1985)
  • Clutching at Straws (1987)
  • Seasons End (1989)
  • Holidays in Eden (1991)
  • Brave (1994)

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