Mark White



Mark White

Mark Andrew White is a musician and songwriter, and ex-member of the New Wave band 'ABC' with lead vocalist Martin Fry.


He produced several hits with the band including the No.1 album 'The Lexicon of Love' (1982), the No.12 album 'Beauty Stab' and the No.7 album 'Alphabet City' (1987).

In 1982 he shared in three top ten singles: 'Poison Arrow', 'The Look of Love' and 'All of My Heart' that peaked at No.6, No.4, and No.5 respectively. He left 'ABC' in 1992 after completing the album 'Abracadabra' and embarked on a solo career. While with 'ABC' he played guitar, synthesizer, provided backing vocals and was co-songwriter.


Mark White decided to pursue a career outside the music business as a Reiki Master and lives in London. In November 2004 Mark told me: "The experience of being in ABC was like eating a gigantic box of chocolates.


In 2014 he came out of retirement to reform his first band Vice Versa with Stephen Singleton.