Mark Allen Lanoue

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Birth nameMark Allen Lanoue
Also known asRJ
Born(1966-06-06)June 6, 1966
Elizabeth, New Jersey, U.S.
GenresHard rock, Heavy metal music, instrumental rock
InstrumentsGuitar, bass, singing
Years active1985–Present
LabelsGemini Rising Records
Associated actsFiction Syxx, Chasing Karma, Superspreader, Persian Risk, BILOXI, Message (band), Farmer Bob
WebsiteOfficial website

Mark Allen Lanoue was born in Elizabeth, NJ, USA on 1966. He began his musical life at the age of 14 as a Tenor Saxophone player. Soon after this, he moved to the state of Mississippi and became part of the Long Beach, Mississippi Marching & Concert Band. In his senior year of high school, he picked up playing guitar. After graduating high school, he would soon head back to New Jersey where he was part of the music scene from 1987 to 1990 where he played clubs and recorded with Dean Fasano of the band Prophet (band). He would leave to move back to Mississippi in 1990 and would join the band Society's Child, before leaving for Orlando, Florida in 1992. In Florida, he would meet up with Carl Sentance Persian Risk/Geezer Butler Band and would join Persian Risk from 1992-1995. In 1995, he headed back to Mississippi. He joined the band BILOXI in 2002 to support the 2nd album "Right the Music" for MTM International. He was a member of BILOXI from 2002-2010. During that time, he would perform with BILOXI numerous times, including at Rocklahoma 2008. In 2016, he formed the band FICTION SYXX.


• BILOXI "In the Wake of the Storm" (2007), Retrospect Records, this release was the 3rd and last BILOXI album. After a final show at Rocklahoma 2008 following the passing of the original founder and vocalist, the band moved on. This release featured guests: Bruce Stephen Foster (Staying Alive (1983 film)/Richie Sambora/Kiss (Kiss album) and Dean Fasano[1]

• Chasing Karma "Cosmocracy" (2011), this release was an independent release and featured guests Bruce Stephen Foster (Staying Alive (1983 film)/Richie Sambora/Kiss (Kiss album) and Shane Keister[2]

• Fiction Syxx "Tall Dark Secrets" (2017), with featured guests Bill Leverty, Steve Brown (Trixter), Jimi Bell (Geezer Butler Band), Carl Sentance (Persian Risk/Nazareth (band) and a long list of other notable musicians and vocalists. The debut release was released globally on Melodic Rock Records.[3]

• Fiction syxx "The Alternate Me" (2019), was released worldwide on Melodic Rock Records.[4]

• Fiction Syxx "Ghost of My Fathers Past" (2021) was released worldwide on Gemini Rising Records.[5]


• Sentinel (New Jersey) 1987-1988 • Portrait (New Jersey) 1889-1990 • Message (band) with Dean Fasano (New Jersey) 1998-2006 • Society's Child (Mississippi) 1991 • Persian Risk (USA) (Orlando, Florida) 1992-1994 • BILOXI (Mississippi) 2002-2009 • Chasing Karma (Mississippi) 2009-2011 • Fiction Syxx (USA) 2016–Present [6] • SuperSpreader (USA) 2021–Present [7]

Guest Appearances

• Message (band): Fine Line (1998) on label: Escape Music, Ltd. Credit: song FINE LINE - [8] • Liberty N' Justice - Song: Butterface Album: Chasing a Cure (2011) - [9] • Liberty N' Justice - Song: Get Down Album: Hell is Coming to Breakfast (2012) - [10] • Liberty N' Justice - Song: The Greatest Album: The Cigar Chronicles (2012) - [11]


  1. "BILOXI "In the Wake of the Storm"".
  2. "Chasing Karma "Cosmocracy"".
  3. "Tall Dark Secrets".
  4. "The Alternate Me".
  5. "Ghost of my Fathers Past".
  6. "Fiction Syxx".
  7. "SuperSpreader".
  8. "Fine Line".
  9. "Chasing A Cure".
  10. "Hell is Coming to Breakfast".
  11. "The Cigar Chronicles".

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