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- Father (Gene Radice) was a well known recording
engineer. Worked with artists such as Jimi Hendrix,
Lovin'Spoonful, Janis Ian, the Four Seasons, Cowsills,
Mamas and Papas, The Tokens and Vanilla Fudge. Too
many to list.
- Mark's uncle (younger brother of his father) Bill Radice was also a well known recording engineer, recording 34 gold singles, 18 platinum albums, 9 movies and engineered many tv variety shows in the 70's. He was also nominated for a grammy, although did not win.
- 1964- Mark was signed to RCA Records and released
the singles: "Wooden Girl", "Richest Man In The
World", and "Natural Morning", (which was later
covered by singer Frankie Valli)
- 1967- Signed to Decca Records and released "Three
Cheers For The Sadman", and "10,000 Year Old Blues"
(which featured 20 year old Steven Tyler (then
- 1970- Paramont Records released the first full
length Mark Radice LP. Which featured the song "Hey My
Love" which was later covered by Dion.
- 1973- Mark was asked to back Donovan on his "7
Tease" tour. Mark handled keyboards, backing vocals,
and guitars, and produced some of the record.
- 1976- United Artists released "Ain't Nothin' But A
Party" which featured Brass Construction and included
the hit single "If You Can't Beat 'Em Join 'Em".
- 1977- The second United Artists release by Mark
Radice titiled "Intense".
- 1978- Mark joined Aerosmith on keyboards and backing
vocals during their "Draw the Line" Tour. Mark plays
keyboards and backing vocals on Aerosmith's "Live
- 1982 - Mark was signed as a writer for EMI
Publishing for the following 9 years. During that time
Mark collaborated with artists such as Michael Bolton,
Eddie Money, Dave Edmunds, Barbara Streisand, Barry
Manilow, Johnny Mathis, Helix, Cheap Trick, Aldo Nova,
Deodato, Phyliss Hyman, Gene Simmons, Shark Island and
The Muppets. 112 songs were "covered".
- 1985- After touring with Cheap Trick, Mark was
introduced to Jim Henson and collaborated on many
songs for Jim Henson's The Muppets.
- 1987- Barbara Streisand covered Mark's "Some Good
Things Never Last" on her "Til I Loved You" record.
- 1988- Barry Manilow covered Mark's "Some Good Things
Never Last" and is featured on his "Live On Broadway"
- 2001- Mark collaborated with the California based
pop/rock group, Vesica Pisces. This album features
Mark's song "Single" and producer Jack Douglas and
Engineer Jay Messina (Aerosmith, John Lennon,
- 2004- Mark is currently co-writing with Micheal
Cavanaugh (lead in Billy Joel's Grammy Award winning
musical "Movin' Out)