What killed Mark St John?

April 5, 2007
Mark St. John/Date of death

Is Mark St John alive?

Deceased (1956–2007)
Mark St. John/Living or Deceased

How old is Mark St John?

51 years (1956–2007)
Mark St. John/Age at death
Former Kiss guitarist Mark St. John died Thursday from an apparent brain hemorrhage. He was 51.

Where is Mark St John buried?

Rose Hills Mortuary, California, United States
Mark St. John/Place of burial

Who is currently in Kiss?


Name (persona) Years active
Paul Stanley (The Starchild) 1973–present
Gene Simmons (The Demon)
Tommy Thayer (The Spaceman) 2002–present (session member in 1989 and 1992)
Eric Singer (The Catman) 1991–1996 2001–2002 2004–present

Is Eric Carr dead?

Deceased (1950–1991)
Eric Carr/Living or Deceased

Was Paul Stanley a member of Kiss?

KissSince 1973
Wicked Lester1971 – 1973
Paul Stanley/Music groups

Where is Eric Carr?

Carr is interred in Cedar Hill Cemetery in the town of Newburgh, New York.

How old was Mark St John when he died?

For the early Connecticut settler, see Mark Sension. Mark Leslie Norton (February 7, 1956 – April 5, 2007), better known as Mark St. John, was an American guitarist best known for his brief stint with the rock band Kiss from April to November 1984. His work can be heard on the band’s 1984 album Animalize. St.

Who are the band members of Mark St John?

St. John made a demo in 1990 with fellow former Kiss member Peter Criss. This band, known as the Keep, became what was essentially White Tiger, with Criss replacing Brian Fox on drums, and David Donato replacing original vocalist David MacDonald.

Who is St.Mark in the Bible?

This article is about a figure in the Bible. For other uses, see John Mark (disambiguation). St. Mark by Frans Hals, c. 1625. John Mark is named in the Acts of the Apostles as an assistant accompanying Paul and Barnabas on their missionary journeys.

Who was Mark St John before he joined Kiss?

Before joining Kiss, St. John was a well-known and respected teacher and guitarist for the Southern California cover band Front Page. After leaving Kiss, he formed a band called White Tiger, featuring David Donato (lead vocals), his brother Michael Norton (bass/backing vocals), and Brian James Fox (drums).