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Mike Scala / Press

“Last, but not least, Scala, and his band really brought the house down. This was a 5 hour show, which is pretty long for an alternative/acoustic show. However; his band brought so much energy that it rejuvenated the entire crowd. I’m not saying that the other acts didn’t bring it, but when it’s act after act with the same setup, it tends to be a little monotonous. If this was based on a scale from 1-10 in regards to crowd energy, it was a solid 7. Scala really brought it up to over a 10 because his band has instrumentation that can be riveting for days”

“Mike Scala is currently roaming the outback of Australia finishing a tour supporting the international release of his album Heart on a String. We caught up with Mike to discuss the Hong Kong/Australia tour, his youth foundation, performing on glaciers, making a difference in the world, and what it takes to follow your dreams. EV: Welcome to Entertainment Vine, Mike. Before we begin, I should tell you that Australia is my dream destination so I am a bit envious that you are touring over there. I would love to go one day. Mike: Honestly, it will change your life. Australia is one of those amazing, unbelievable type places. You have to go. You’ll never want to come home. EV: I can only imagine. I know this is a busy time for you so I really appreciate you taking the time to talk today. Mike: Sure. Yeah, it’s been absolutely crazy I haven’t even had a second to breathe. And, I just got endorsed by D’Addario. EV: Wow! Congratulations!”

“Born in Brooklyn, NY, Mike Scala established himself as an indie artist by age 17. Working his way into the underground scene, he performed across New York and Los Angeles playing clubs such as CBGB’s, Viper Room, The Troubadour, The Bitter End, and many more. By the age of 19, Mike had collaborated with bands such as Alien Ant Farm, 311, The John Butler Trio and The Rivalry for the release of his self-titled debut album and his most recent album, Autumn Ashes, the title track of which also became his first hit single. To date, Mike completed two world tours across the U.S., Central America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand, and has independently sold 25,000 albums.”

“Glacier Gig Ices up World Tour for Muso. New York-based musician Mike Scala came to New Zealand to chill out. He took that to extremes when he performed in an ice cave on Franz Josef Glacier on Monday. "It's cool," he said, without a trace of irony. Glacier Gig Ices up World Tour for Muso He said the gig was the highlight of his world tour and was inspired by his desire to embrace New Zealand's reputation for extreme activities.”