Edinburgh, Scotland's Derek William Dick (aka Fish) was the lead vocalist for prog rock band Marillion until beginning a solo career in 1988. Marillion invited Fish to join as vocalist in 1981, and he assumed the frontman position on their 1983 debut album, Script for a Jester's Tear and six more albums followed. Musical difficulties between Fish and the band caused him to leave after 1988's Thieving Magpie (La Gazza Ladra). His debut solo album, 1990's Vigil in a Wilderness of Mirrors, continued the theatrical flair of Marillion's quasi-concept albums. During the new millennium Fish has released CDs on Chocolate Frog, including 2002's Fellini Days, 2003's Sashimi and 2004's Field of Crows. ~ John Bush
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