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Lil' Markie live, part 2

Thanks to dave p for the link.

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Mark Fox does a character 'kid' voice dubbed "Lil' Markie" for his church concert in this clip. This was NOT done with a pitch-shifting program, this is really him styling his voice live. If you click through to you can see some other clips from this concert where he doesn't use this character voice. The sound level is pretty low, so you may have to turn it up. Brace yourself.

Also: Lil' Markie's "Diary of an Unborn Child"

Read more about Lil' Markie here at



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