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From Robert Perez Jr.'s Website:

Kevin Michael McMahon is a Cleveland-based musician, singer, and songwriter for the long-standing bands Lucky Pierre and Prick.

McMahon began recording with his pop group Lucky Pierre in the late 1970s, releasing a number of vinyl singles though 1981. McMahon then went on hiatus until 1988, when Lucky Pierre recorded the Communiqué EP. The 1988 line-up of Lucky Pierre included Trent Reznor (then of the Exotic Birds, later of Nine Inch Nails), and was managed by Exotic Birds/NIN manager John Malm, Jr.. Lucky Pierre disbanded again after the recording of Communiqué, but McMahon remained in contact with Reznor and Malm.

During the early 1990s, McMahon began his second musical project, the industrial rock band Prick. Prick was eventually signed to Reznor and Malm's Nothing Records label. The band's debut self-titled album was released in 1995, with Reznor producing four of the album's ten tracks. Prick's lead single, "Animal," received high rotation on MuchMusic and MTV, and Prick opened the US leg of Nine Inch Nails and David Bowie's Outside tour. Unfortunately, Nothing's parent label, Interscope Records, dropped Prick before McMahon could record a follow-up.

In the wake of this set-back, McMahon went on another years-long hiatus from music. Prick reemerged in 2002 with The Wreckard, independently released by McMahon over the Internet, and featuring many songs once slated for the second, canceled Nothing Records album. Two years later, McMahon released Lucky Pierre's first full album, ThinKing, again selling the album independently online.