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Money Mark + Ad-Rock

Adam Horovitz, also known as Ad-Rock, was born in New York City on Halloween in 1966. In 1983 he joined the illustrious musical group Beastie Boys, who have received numerous accolades, including multiple Grammy Awards and MTV Awards, and were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2012. His star sign in Scorpio and he really likes pizza. He is currently working on a project that, hopefully, you'll be writing about in your periodical, blog, tweet, or restaurant bathroom wall.

Mark Ramos Nishita, also known as Money Mark, is a musician, composer, and producer. Twenty years ago, he released his first album, Mark's Keyboard Repair, which is ranked #17 on NME’s best of 1995, and has since gone on to release six more studio albums. He has collaborated on recordings with George Clinton, the Rolling Stones, Yoko Ono, Beck, Jack Johnson, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and the Blind Boys of Alabama, to name a few. He also scored the films Blow and Horrible Bosses, among others; IBM's centennial film, THINK; and Family Bonds, HBO's first primetime documentary series. His 1998 album Push The Button was included in the first version of iTunes built into every iMac computer. Money Mark became the number one sideman for the Beastie Boys’ epochal 1992 album Check Your Head and went on to write, collaborate, and perform on every Beastie Boys release to follow. He recently composed the music for Karen O's psycho opera Stop the Virgens. He currently owns a recording studio in Los Angeles and is releasing his new album and back catalog through his website,