Mark 'Snake' Luckhurst

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Mark Luckhurst, (born 15 April 1961) and nicknamed 'Snake' was a founding member of the British hard rock band Thunder, playing bass on their first two albums. Backstreet Symphony and Laughing on Judgement Day. He parted company with the band at the end of 1992 citing 'personal differences'. He did not fail the audition for the touring band for the short-lived Coverdale-Page project, but little was heard from him until he appeared with Def Leppard vocalist Joe Elliott's side project Down 'n' Outz in 2011.[1] He is now working in property development. He has a son called Louis,who attends Dulwich College www.dulwich.org.uk as of September 2013, and he is making his own band called Jump Wire.

Before joining Thunder, Luckhurst appeared with Scottish singer, Owen Paul, on his 1986 hit single, "My Favourite Waste of Time".

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  1. ^ "Joe Elliott's DOWN 'N' OUTZ - Official web site". Downnoutz.com. Retrieved 2012-01-02. 

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