Mark Joseph (singer)
Mark Joseph (born Mark Joseph Muzsnyai, 1981) is an English musician. He was educated at William Austin Junior School in Luton and Boroughbridge High School . He rose to fame in 2003 with his single, "Get Through", and has achieved four UK Top 40 hit singles.
Joseph released his debut single "Get Through" in February 2003, and it charted at #38 in the UK Singles Chart. His second single, "Fly" reached #28. Joseph's debut album, Scream, did not register in the UK Albums Chart, but a further two singles were released, "Bringing Back Those Memories" (UK #34) and "Lady Lady" (UK #36).
He also sang backing vocals on the recording of the Mod Aid 20 charity record "Whatcha Gonna Do About It", appearing on the recording with Ron Wood, PP Arnold, Ocean Colour Scene’s Steve Cradock, Reg Presley and Chris Farlowe.
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