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Shakra Singer Mark Fox Departs, Replacement Sought

Shakra singer Mark Fox has departed and the band is now seeking a replacement. Here's what the band had to say about the situation:

"Quite recently, we were informed by Mark about his intention to leave the band by the end of October and we took note of it.

"Mark feels that some of the contractual agreements between the band and their business environment are too much to his disadvantage.

"The remaining four band members however don’t see themselves put in a disadvantage by their business partners. On the contrary, it is not least thanks to the management, booking-agency and record label’s professional contribution that the success of SHAKRA was made possible.

"All band members have been able to harvest the fruits of the hard work they’ve done for us in the past years. It is only natural that people around the band earn money for this too.

"We wish Mark all the best for his private and musical future.

"It is important for us to let the SHAKRA-Fans know, that we consider our chosen path to be the right one and that we will continue to follow this way with all that lies in our power. After Mark’s departure, we will continue to work together with the same business partners and keep our passion – SHAKRA – burning, with a new singer on our side."

"Due to Mark will leave SHAKRA this fall, we’re looking for a new singer! If you think you’re our man send a demo-song or just an e-mail! infos@shakra.ch"

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1. Chriss writes:

are you looking for someone like the previous singer???
or someone quite different?

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