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Michael Massey

Michael Massey

Michael Massey is a singer, songwriter, pianist, performer, and producer who has written or collaborated on over 300 rock, pop, country, and instrumental songs. He has three critically acclaimed albums, including Pop Album of the Year, 2006 and Unique Album of the Year 2014 at the Madison Area Music Awards. Michael also has won numerous ADDY, TELLY, and WAVE awards for excellence in original music for advertising.

Musical accomplishments include five albums released to critical and popular acclaim. The first is an instrumental piano album, "Be Careful How You Say Pianist," second, twelve fully produced pop songs in “Attack Of The Delicious” which won Pop Album of the year at the Madison Area Music Awards, third, “The Present” which is eleven piano arrangements of traditional Christmas pieces and two original compositions and the soundtrack to Dracula, A Rock Ballet, recorded live with a 7 piece band at the Capitol Theater at The Overture Center in Madison, Wisconsin, which garnered Unique Album of the Year honors.

While maintaining a busy performance schedule, Michael is also known for his ability to write in virtually any musical genre including scoring, post, long form, theater, radio spots, and television commercials. Michael’s clients for radio and television commercials include New Balance, Country Kitchen, Jones Dairy Farm, UW Hospital, Meriter, Summit Credit Union, American, Oscar Mayer, Metra, Michael’s, Mercury Marine, Culver's, Badgerland Financial and United Way.

Michael contributed original scores for John Urban's short film "The Blue Wire" for the Wiskino Film Festival and Denver filmmaker Julie Pearson’s “Terminal Vigilantes.” Michael co-wrote and co-produced a score with Jack Letourneau of E Labs Multimedia for the computer animated feature, "Time, Space" for the Adler Planetarium in Chicago. He has also composed four children’s musicals and is co-writer of the musical theatrical production, “I Do, I Did,” with Billy Nahn. Michael also composed an orchestral piece for the University Of Michigan Alumni that was broadcast to the 110,000 strong in Ann Arbor’s stadium during each football game.

Michael’s earlier history includes more than two decades of touring the U.S. and Canada as front man, singer/pianist in rock/pop bands playing venues ranging from small nightclubs to 10,000 seat arenas. He has appeared on countless television productions, including Star Search, Television, Urban Theater, and Live at Five.

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