Mark Kolnicki (aka Mark McLennon) is a founding member of the band performing in the almost but not so legendary 1989 "I Backed Over Freddy 'Boom Boom' Cannon" concert; the one that started it all for the Skid Marks. At the time is was a side project that seemed like it would be a little fun. It slowly evolved to more than that and a decade later it became his main gig.
Mark is a verteran of the music field performing in bands since the early Seventies. You know him as the band's bass player but he started out playing six string guitar playing in cover bands as a rythm/lead guitarist in early bands such as Stone Harbor, Serpent and Trading Force. In the Eighties he switched to bass in Allied Forces and added some keyboards for Vital Signs.
From there he entered into a few original projects including "Perfect Tommy", "Butch Minds The Baby" in the Eighties and "Soul Surgeons" in the ninties. It 2000 he penned a few of the songs that appear on the debut Skid Mark's release "Mark & the Skid Marks".
Today you'll see him on stage using a variety equipment.Some of his favorite basses you'll see him on stage with include: