TerryTopCat Purrsents Steve Proctor and Mark White
Clusterview presenter TerryTopCat returns for an exciting episode in his new series, TerryTopCat Purrsents. Our music guru invites celebrities and up and coming artists on to his sofa. Welcome to his music emporium as he introduces two legends of music, Steve Proctor and Mark White. Don’t miss this interview as it gives us an insight into a part of the golden period of the music industry, where the likes of Bowie, Bolan and Punk ushered in a time of individuality.
See below for a more detailed description of these enormous UK talents:
Founding Member of the 80’s super group ABC, Mark White was born in Sheffield, England, White first entered the music industry in the late 1970s as lead singer and keyboardist of the electronic band Vice Versa. After releasing one album with the band in 1980, Vice Versa member Martin Fry emerged as lead singer and the band opted to transform into a new band called ABC. White resigned himself to composing ABC’s music while also playing guitar and keyboards before retiring from music after the release of their sixth studio album, Abracadabra, in 1991. As ABC’s keyboardist he used a variety of instruments, including the E-mu Emulator, the Yamaha DX7 and the Fairlight CMI.
House and Balearic DJ from Liverpool Steve Proctor is an acid house legend. Steve ran the Better Days label and set up and managed the Urban 2 label when working for Polydor. A celebrated club land legend, Steve also managed Derek B and Rose Windross. He currently works as a DJ, producer and remixer.