Mark Radice

Mark Radice (born Nov. 23, 1957) is an American singer, songwriter, keyboardist, and producer from Newark, NJ, who released four singles as a tween during the late 1960s, including three on Decca. At age 15, he issued a self-titled album on Paramount Records. In 1976, he released the soul-funk album Aint Nothin’ But a Party on United Artists. He released his final album, Intense, in 1977 at age 20 on Roadshow. His songs have been recorded by Phyllis Hyman, Dave Edmunds, Barbra Streisand, Aldo Nova, Cheap Trick, Jenifer Rush, Barry Manilow, and other artists. Radice has also written songs for The Muppets, Sesame Street, and other children’s shows.

  • Mark Radice (1972)
  • Aint Nothin’ But a Party (1976)
  • Intense (1977)


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