Description: Guitarist,Australia

Known For: Member of – “The Devinyls”

Instruments: Guitar

Music Styles: Rock

Location: Perth, Western Australia, Australia

Date Born: 16th July 1961
Location Born: Perth, Western Australia, Australia

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Mark McEntee

An Australian musician, best known as the guitarist for the rock band Divinyls.

Prior to joining Divinyls, McEntee worked on the 1975 Australian production of Jesus Christ Superstar, where he met Russell Hitchcock and Graham Russell who were performing in the musical.

Hitchcock and Russell went on to form soft rock group Air Supply, and McEntee was part of the group’s original line-up, along with Chrissie Hammond and Jeremy Paul.

McEntee met Chrissie Amphlett at a concert at the Sydney Opera House in 1980, and they formed a band, Divinyls, along with McEntee’s Air Supply and Jesus Christ Superstar colleague Jeremy Paul, and Bjarne Ohlin and Richard Harvey.

In 2006, Divinyls were indicted into the ARIA Hall of Fame, an event which re-established contact between McEntee and Amphlett.

McEntee currently lives on the outskirts of Perth with his partner, fashion designer Melanie Greensmith. McEntee and Greensmith run a clothing label, Wheels and Doll Baby.

He also runs a small business called “Macca’s Vintage Aerodrome”, selling World War I and Pioneer radio-controlled aircraft.