The definitive tribute to Fish era Marillion

StillMarillion mainly pay tribute to the classic Eighties ‘Fish era’ of Marillion, although the odd 'h era' song sometimes slips into the set.

Formed in 2008 from a love of the band's early material, the band is comprised of four talented and experienced musicians who accurately recreate the complex, intricate sounds of early Marillion. Together with a vocalist with an authentic Scottish accent who sings the songs with intense passion and emotion, it's a formidable combination.

The band performs a broad selection of tracks from the first four Marillion albums, from the big hit singles such as Kayleigh, Lavender, Incommunicado and Sugar Mice, all the way through to classic album tracks such as Script For A Jester's Tear, Fugazi and other forgotten gems.

Performing the length and breadth of the UK and now in Europe too, StillMarillion have garnered a loyal crowd, with some travelling across Europe to see the band. The band have, on occasion, shared the stage with Marillion's own Steve Rothery and Mark Kelly.

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Latest Gigs for 2024

Friday 12th April   Colos Saal, Aschaffenburg Tickets

Saturday 13th April   Blue Notes Club, Dortmund Tickets

Saturday 20th April   Slay, Glasgow - Seasons Vigil Show Tickets

Saturday 4th May   Y Theatre, Leicester - Afternoon and Evening Show Tickets

Click here for the full list of 2024 gigs

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Latest News

The latest news from StillMarillion:
StillMarillion to play Trading Boundaries Again
Level 3, Swindon - a review Trading Boundaries is a very different venue than we normally play; the gig is - Click here to read more
Martin Jakubski features in Planet Marzipan Podcast
Level 3, Swindon - a review Martin talks to the Planet Marzipan Podcast about StillMarillion and more - Click here to read more
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