Veteran rockers MARILLION performed with original frontman FISH for the first time in 19 years on Sunday (26Aug07).
The Kayleigh band reunited during a Fish solo performance at the Hobble On The Cobbles event in Aylesbury, England and played their 1982 debut single Market Square Heroes.
Fish - real name Derek DICk - left Marillion in 1988 to pursue a solo career and was replaced by singer Steve Hogarth.
However, he insists the classic line-up's performance was a one-off and that there won't be a reunion tour.
Fish says, "(The gig) was just five guys doing a one-off and having a brilliant time together. It was great. It was just a load of fun.
"But nothing should be read into it. I think it just proves that we're actually friends. There's always been these rumours that there's some sort of animosity between us but that went a long, long time ago."
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