1989 – 1994 (5 years)
London, England, United Kingdom
- Jason John
- Mark Gillespie
- Phil Creswick
There are several artists using the name Big Fun:
1. Big Fun were an English boyband (1989-94), founded by Phil Creswick (Philip Creswick), Mark Gillespie and Jason John (Jason Herbert), and produced by Stock Aitken Waterman.
All of their hit singles, "Blame It On The Boogie", "Can't Shake The Feeling", "Handful Of Promises" are included on their only album, A Pocketful Of Dreams, released in 1990.
2. Big Fun is also a current all girl garage/powerpop/punk band from Brooklyn: http://www.myspace.com/ilovebigfun
3. Big Fun is a digital pop group out of Milwaukee, WI. They recently released their debut single on Vicious Pop Digital.
4. Big Fun is a fictional band featured in the 1989 film Heathers. Their song, "Teenage Suicide (Don't Do It)," was written and produced for the film by musician Don Dixon and performed by Dixon, Mitch Easter, Angie Carlson and Marti Jones.
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