Sounds Like: Mike McGill, Jack Johnson, Paul Simon, Jason Mraz, Donavon Frankenreiter
Label: An acoustic surf folk pop rock blend that will put a laid back smile on your face. His trademark is smooth vocals over sweet originals and spot-on popular covers including Jack Johnson, Jason Mraz, Michael Buble and countless more.
Mike was born and raised in Connecticut, but settled in San Diego, California in 1998. He began writing music for fun in the mid 90's just to pass the time while he was traveling throughout the US as a Computer Programmer/Analyst - Consultant where he also taught himself how to play the guitar.
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Mike McGill has a show on 01/25/2015 at 03:00 PM @ Orfila Vineyards and Wi... in Escondido, CA http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5irf64 #concert
“The Bright Future Foundation was founded to help victims of domestic violence and has quickly become a leading advocacy group for non-violence. VL Fanai is a beautician who arranges monthly visits to women's shelters and homeless shelters, bringing dozens of volunteers who help with free make-overs. The Bright Future Foundation's current goal is to get as many people as possible to take this non-violence pledge: "I pledge to be non-violent, respect my body, and the Earth." They have created thousands of Earth-tone wristbands with the pledge. Local musician Mike McGill heard about the group and wrote a song about them, which he debuted last week at the Alpha Project in Downtown San Diego, in the middle of a B.F.F. "Day of Beauty." The song is called "I Pledge."”
Ask Mike McGill anything...
Q: Hi Mike, I'm new on this thing, I like your style of music, the acoustic and all, really fits in to my style of music; my question is: do you record your songs/music yourself or you have it arrange?
A: Hi! Thanks so much for the question, and the kind comment. My very good friend and very talented singer/songwriter/producer Lee Coulter produced my first 2 CDs. However, I'm currently learning/using Presonus Studio and producing my next CD. It's a bit of a learning curve, but loads of fun. Cheers! Mike
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