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Be Careful How You Say Pianist
  • Artist: Michael Massey
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 837101030601
  • Item #: CDBY103060
  • Genre: Easy Listening
  • Release Date: 12/27/2005
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Be Careful How You Say Pianist on CD

Thirteen instrumental piano pieces designed to be the soundtrack to your everyday. Best listened to by candlelight or in the dark which is the way it was recorded. Michael Massey is a singer, songwriter, pianist, producer who has written or collaborated on over 250 rock, pop and country songs. He has won a dozen ADDY awards for excellence in original music for advertising. Mike is co-writer of the theatrical musical, 'I Do, I Did' with Billy Nahn and played the lead role. He has also just completed his second children's musical. For more than two decades Michael toured the U.S. and Canada as frontman, singer/pianist in venues ranging from small nightclubs to 10,000 seat arenas . He has performed on numerous television productions including Star Search, 'Television', Live At Five and Urban Theater. Still maintaining a busy performance schedule, Mike is known for his ability to write in virtually any musical genre for scoring, post, long form, television commercials, radio spots and theater. Michael has recently finished co-writing and producing a score with Jack Letourneau for the Adler Planetarium in Chicago and a second album of pop songs is in the can and scheduled for a February release..