Born on September 27, Mychael was one of three children raised in the small country town of Northborough, Massachusetts. He spent time as a child singing and performing with his two sisters at local nursing homes. In his early years, Mychael spent time singing at church and participating in chorus all through elementary and junior high school. At age 6, Mychael learned to ice skate and soon after joined a local youth hockey program. This is where he developed his passion for hockey. For the next twelve years Mychael would perfect the game and set his sights on going professional. Thats when a knee injury stopped any thoughts of going pro. Mychael, once again, found himself focusing on his love for music.
In 1986 he joined a rock band and found himself back in front of audiences once again. That's when he knew he had found what he was meant to do. During a five year run with the rock band, Mychael spent alot of time writing and recording in the studio. Performing in clubs and various venues throughout the Boston area taught him how to express his feelings through his music to his audiences.
Soon after, Mychael found himself listening again to the music he grew up with. He found his inspiration through artists like Merle Haggard,
Johnny Cash and Waylon Jennings, just to name a few.
In 1992, he joined a popular regional country group. They performed throughout the New England area. Playing originals written by the members in the band and covers that really focused on multi-part harmonies made the group a regional favorite, but Mychael wanted more out of his music.
In 1995, he became part of a national touring group where they traveled and performed with many artists such as Big Al Downing, George Jones, Charlie Daniels, Colin Raye, Pam Tillis, Mark Wills and many others, but Mychael still wanted more. In 2001, Mychael was offered to co-front a national touring act. They found themselves as featured performers at Daytona Bike Week in Florida, Best Friend Festival in Virginia, Indian Ranch in Massachusetts and many more along the way. This is when he met his good friend and producer, Lance Dary and started working together on a project in Nashville.
Mychaels' first single "Nothin'" spent and amazing 34 weeks on the charts before topping at #1 on the Indie World Charts. His follow up single "Smoke N Ash" is currently getting radio airplay and continuous rave reviews. His album "Long Hard Road" is still a best seller to his fans across the country. In 2011 he was nominated for New Music Weekly Male Vocalist of the Year along with Blake Shelton, Luke Bryan, Justin Moore just to name a few. He has also had many nominations from the Massachusetts Country Music Awards for Guitar Player of the Year, Male Vocalist of the Year along with
Entertainer of the Year and Band of the Year.
Mychael has had the pleasure of working with some of Nashvilles' most talented musicians. He continues to strive and perfect his music. The one thing he loves the most is when he's on stage, performing his music and reaching audiences of all ages.
Straight from the heart, hard rockin' country music, is what Mychael is all about.