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Members on releases in 1992 & 1994:
Craig Martin - guitars
Eli Facuseh - drums/percussion
Ira Saltzman - keyboards
Mark Christian - vocals
Randy LaPierre - bass.

Original bass player on a 6 song demo in 1989 - Wayne DeMario
Second drummer on 2 songs recorded in 1995 - KC aka “KC the Drummer” aka Craig Quinn Kasin.

So here is the story up ‘till now… In 1987 there was a band called “the Ward” where Craig Martin and Eli Facuseh (founding members) were playing with Wayne De Mario and another Guitarist-writing and recording. At the same time Mark Christian was heading down to the Keys after playing with a number of Tampa cover bands (namely “Lefty” with Kenny McGee-Kenny later fronted “Julliet”) The invite of a special friend to live in the Keys or stay there for short time or definately having a lay over became a diversion to staying in Miami. He then started working at a telemarketing firm where he found Eli. Long hair met long hair and the core writing team of Craig and Mark were brought together. While trying to develope a sound-heavy with guitars or heavy with keyboards, Ira Saltzman was called when Craig found a keybaord player add placed by him. Ira had just finished his Buisiness/Music degree from U of M. The look and the sound was there and the 5th and almost final member of Farrcry was complete-for a while.


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  • KingJJtheV

    This is awesome, I used to see these guys at the Button South, always a sold out crowd, and always a hell of a good show. Great singer/frontman. I thought for sure this band would go all the way to the top. But I am glad to find them here, and hope they will do more together soon. I don't think they know how many people loved them. A true fan, King JJ the V

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