Mark Hollis

Rock Singer

Mark Hollis was born in London on January 4th, 1955 and is the Rock Singer. At the age of 64, Mark Hollis biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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January 4, 1955
United Kingdom
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Death Date
Feb 25, 2019 (age 64)
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$10 Million
Composer, Instrumentalist, Musician, Singer, Singer-songwriter, Soloist, Songwriter
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Mark Hollis Life

Mark David Hollis (January 1955 – February 25, 2019) was an English singer and singer-songwriter.

He achieved commercial success and critical acclaim in the 1980s and 1990s as the band's co-founder, lead singer, and principal songwriter.

Hollis wrote or co-wrote most of Talk Talk's music, including hits like "It's My Life" and "Life's What You Make It"—and in later works, he's developed an experimental, contemplative style. Talk Talk's sound became more experimental under Hollis' direction starting in 1981 as a synth-pop band with a New Romantic image.

Talk Talk introduced an art pop sound on their third album, The Colour of Spring (1986), gaining critical and commercial acclaim; it remains the most commercial success of the company.

Spirit of Eden (1988) and Laughing Stock (1991) were the band's final two albums, influenced by jazz, folk, classical, and experimental music.

Although these albums were commercial failures in their own time, these albums have since been recognized as early examples of post-rock music. Hollis returned to music in 1998 with a self-titled solo record, but in a less crowded, spare style of Talk Talk Talk's sound.

Hollis largely dropped out of the recording industry following the unveiling of his first solo album. In February 2019, Hollis, 64, died.

Personal life

Hollis lived in Wimbledon, London, with his wife Flick (a teacher) and their two children before heading to Heathfield, East Sussex, where he lived until his death. Hollis' desire to spend more time with his family was a major reason for Talk Talk's demise in 1986 and his reasons for stepping away from the music industry in 1998.