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Scene & Heard

Building on a musical mission

Mark Sandman Music Project member Dana Colley in the project's soon-to-open studio. Mark Sandman Music Project member Dana Colley in the project's soon-to-open studio. (Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff)
By Jonathan Perry
Globe Correspondent / December 12, 2008

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Had he lived to see it, Mark Sandman would no doubt be proud. In what was and continues to be one of the local music scene's saddest losses, Sandman - the singer-bassist for the pioneering "low rock" combo Morphine - collapsed onstage in Italy on July 3, 1999, dying of an apparent heart attack at age 46. (Full article: 628 words)

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