Mark Lindsay

Rock Singer-songwriter + Musician and Saxophonist
Born Mar 9, 1942

Mark Lindsay is an American musician, best known as the singer for the group Paul Revere & the Raiders.

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Learn about the memorable moments in the evolution of Mark Lindsay.


1942 Birth Born on March 9, 1942.


1968 26 Years Old By 1968 Lindsay had completely taken over the writing and producing tasks for the group. … Read More
1970 28 Years Old 1 More Event
Lindsay had some success with such songs as "Arizona" (1969, Billboard #10), which sold over one million copies and was awarded a gold disc; and "Silver Bird" (Billboard #25) in 1970. … Read More


1975 33 Years Old By the mid-seventies the group no longer sold as many records as they once had, and both Lindsay and the Raiders lost their Columbia contract. Lindsay officially left the group in 1975 when he and Paul Revere apparently had different visions for the group and their own individual pursuits.
1976 34 Years Old He did make a few more appearances in 1976 for some Bicentennial performances as well as a Dick Clark produced reunion with his Action era bandmates in 1977. … Read More
1980 38 Years Old In 1980 he dubbed a voice and co-wrote the musical score (with W. … Read More


1985 43 Years Old Lindsay made some appearances in 1985 in conjunction with the centennial of the Statue of Liberty, the Legends for Liberty tour (backed by the sixties jazz/rock band Spirit, and began to tour on his own again.
1989 47 Years Old 1 More Event
In 1989 he quietly began recording at Kiva Studios (now House of Blues Studios of Memphis) in Memphis, Tennessee with friend Michael Bradley. … Read More


1996 54 Years Old Lindsay's next official solo release was Video Dreams in 1996. … Read More


2003 61 Years Old In 2003 he had announced he would retire from touring, but he later reconsidered.
2004 62 Years Old A recording of his first "farewell" show was released in 2004 (The Last Midnight Ride).
2006 64 Years Old He currently does some touring, but as of January 7, 2006, he was heard on a webcast every Saturday night on the website of KISN radio from 7 p.m. to 12 a.m. … Read More
2007 65 Years Old 1 More Event
On March 10, 2007, the program "Mark After Dark" changed its name to "Mark Lindsay's Rock & Roll Cafe" to refer to Lindsay's restaurant, which opened to the public in Portland, Oregon, on August 27, 2007. … Read More
2008 66 Years Old On May 12, 2008, "Mark Lindsay's Rock & Roll Cafe" announced its closure. … Read More
2010 68 Years Old During of summers of 2010-2013, Lindsay had a heavy touring schedule throughout the U.S. as part of the Happy Together: 25th Anniversary Tour, along with Flo & Eddie of The Turtles, The Grass Roots, The Buckinghams, and 'Monkees' member Micky Dolenz (2010 and 2013 only).
2013 71 Years Old 1 More Event
In 2013, Lindsay recorded an album of new material on the Bongo Boy Records label.
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