Fish

Fish

Progressive Rock Rock Scottish Progressive Marillion
1. Derek William Dick, better known as Fish (born 25 April 1958 in Dalkeith, Midlothian) is a Scottish progressive rock singer, writer and actor. After an early career as a gardener and forestry worker, he came to public attention in 1981 with the British group Marillion, which he left in 1988. Album sleeve artwork for his four Marillion albums and most of his solo albums has been done by Mark Wilkinson. More Info »

Top Albums

  • Vigil in a Wilderness of Mirrors
    Vigil in a Wilderness of Mirrors
  • 13th Star
    13th Star
  • Arc Of The Curve
    Arc Of The Curve
  • Internal Exile
    Internal Exile
  • Raingods With Zippos
    Raingods With Zippos
  • Sunsets on Empire
    Sunsets on Empire
  • Field of Crows
    Field of Crows
  • Vigil In The Wilderness Of Mirrors
    Vigil In The Wilderness Of Mirrors
  • Fellini Days
    Fellini Days
  • Suits
    Suits
  • Songs From the Mirror
    Songs From the Mirror
  • Bouillabaisse (disc 1: Balladeer)
    Bouillabaisse (disc 1: Balladeer)
  • Yang
    Yang
  • Yin
    Yin
  • Communion
    Communion
  • Acoustic Session
    Acoustic Session
  • Return to Childhood
    Return to Childhood
  • Sushi (disc 2)
    Sushi (disc 2)
  • Kettle of Fish 88-98
    Kettle of Fish 88-98
  • Return to Childhood (disc 1)
    Return to Childhood (disc 1)
  • Sushi (disc 1)
    Sushi (disc 1)
  • Robe Grosse
    Robe Grosse
  • Bouillabaisse: The Best of Fish
    Bouillabaisse: The Best of Fish
  • Return to Childhood (disc 2)
    Return to Childhood (disc 2)
  • Windows of Heaven
    Windows of Heaven
  • The Razor's Edge
    The Razor's Edge
  • Fish
    Fish
  • A Payphone and a Prayer
    A Payphone and a Prayer
  • Fortunes of War
    Fortunes of War
  • Suits (Remaster)
    Suits (Remaster)
  • Return to Childhood: Live
    Return to Childhood: Live
  • Shine On
    Shine On
  • Krakow
    Krakow
  • Bouillabaisse (disc 2: Rocketeer)
    Bouillabaisse (disc 2: Rocketeer)
  • Internal Exile (Remaster)
    Internal Exile (Remaster)
  • Lady Let It Lie
    Lady Let It Lie
  • Credo
    Credo
  • Toiling in the Reeperbahn (disc 1)
    Toiling in the Reeperbahn (disc 1)
  • Pigpen's Birthday (disc 1)
    Pigpen's Birthday (disc 1)
  • Acoustics
    Acoustics
  • Pigpen's Birthday (disc 2)
    Pigpen's Birthday (disc 2)
  • 180 Degrees
    180 Degrees
  • Red, White and Blue
    Red, White and Blue
  • High Society
    High Society
  • Resta ancora
    Resta ancora
  • Vigil in a Wilderness of Mirrors (Remaster)
    Vigil in a Wilderness of Mirrors (Remaster)
  • Toiling in the Reeperbahn (disc 2)
    Toiling in the Reeperbahn (disc 2)
  • Something in the Air
    Something in the Air

Fish. Artist Bio

1. Derek William Dick, better known as Fish (born 25 April 1958 in Dalkeith, Midlothian) is a Scottish progressive rock singer, writer and actor. After an early career as a gardener and forestry worker, he came to public attention in 1981 with the British group Marillion, which he left in 1988.

Album sleeve artwork for his four Marillion albums and most of his solo albums has been done by Mark Wilkinson.

Fish is not to be confused with Phish, Chris Squire (“The Fish”), Barry Melton ("the Fish" of Country Joe & The Fish), grossa or Bradley Fish.

He has worked with many other artists, including Tony Banks (Genesis) and Arjen Anthony Lucassen’s (Ayreon) as the Highlander in Into the Electric Castle.

2. Fish is a Chinese experimental electronic musician.


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