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'''Marko Pezzati''' was an original member of [[Naked Raygun]] and brother of [[Jeff Pezzati]].  He was also a DJ on [[Antidote Radio]].  After leaving Raygun in [[1981]], Pezzati focused more on performance art than joining another punk band.  Pezzati and longtime (current?) girlfriend [[Leslie Stevens]] did pieces together, both worked at Antidote and moved together to New York in 1985/1986.  
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'''Marko Pezzati''' was an original member of [[Naked Raygun]] and brother of [[Jeff Pezzati]].  He was also a DJ on [[Antidote Radio]].  After leaving Raygun in [[1981]], Pezzati focused more on performance art than joining another punk band.  Pezzati and longtime (current?) girlfriend [[Leslie Stevens]] did performances together, both worked at Antidote and moved together to New York in 1985/1986.  
  
 
Pezzati, who now goes by the name '''Mark Ohe''' (pronounced Mark-OH) currently lives in New York City and is the art director for super-indie label Matador Records.  As of 2005, he was a member of the band Endless Boogie.
 
Pezzati, who now goes by the name '''Mark Ohe''' (pronounced Mark-OH) currently lives in New York City and is the art director for super-indie label Matador Records.  As of 2005, he was a member of the band Endless Boogie.
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== Notes ==
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* Mark speaks fluent Italian
  
 
== External Links ==
 
== External Links ==

Revision as of 15:58, 28 May 2006

Marko Pezzati was an original member of Naked Raygun and brother of Jeff Pezzati. He was also a DJ on Antidote Radio. After leaving Raygun in 1981, Pezzati focused more on performance art than joining another punk band. Pezzati and longtime (current?) girlfriend Leslie Stevens did performances together, both worked at Antidote and moved together to New York in 1985/1986.

Pezzati, who now goes by the name Mark Ohe (pronounced Mark-OH) currently lives in New York City and is the art director for super-indie label Matador Records. As of 2005, he was a member of the band Endless Boogie.

Notes

  • Mark speaks fluent Italian

External Links