Hawk was a glam metal band which formed in 1984. Doug Marks is the only member to be have been in every line-up of the band.
Hawk originally featured lead vocalist Charles Morrill, guitarist Doug Marks, bassist Lonnie Miller (a.k.a Lonnie Vencent), and drummer Scott Travis. This line-up performed the Anywhere There's Electricity Tour around Southern California.
Doug Marks is now a somewhat famous guitar instructor and has a series of guitar instructional videos titled Metal Method. Lonnie Miller later played in the bands King Kobra and BulletBoys. Scott Travis is now famous for playing drums for Judas Priest, with which he has played since 1989. Scott Travis played in the bands Racer X and Saints Or Sinners, later known as The Scream, between the time of playing in Hawk and Judas Priest.
A later line-up of the band featured lead vocalist David Fenfolt, guitarist and bassist Doug Marks, keyboardists Dave Tolley and Steve Ayola, and drummer Matt Sorum. Matt Sorum is now famous for playing in Guns'N'Roses and Velvet Revolver. This line-up released a self-titled album in 1986.
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