Mike Cross (musician)

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Mike Cross
Genres Folk
Occupations Musician, singer-songwriter
Instruments Vocals, guitar, fiddle, foot
Years active 70s–present
Labels Sugar Hill
Website Official Website

Mike Cross (born October 25, 1946 in Maryville, Tennessee)[1] is an American singer-songwriter and musician. His music blends rock, country, pop and folk. Signed to prominent label Sugar Hill (notable for releases by Doc Watson, Jerry Douglas, Sam Bush, Dolly Parton and numerous others), Cross enjoys a strong fan following at live performances across the nation, without ever having achieved mainstream success. Probably best known for his humorous songs such as "The Scotsman," his catalog features a wide variety of musical genres and moods.

Discography[edit]

Year Title Label Number Notes
1976 Child Prodigy GHE GR1001
1977 Born In The Country GHE GR1002 TCS TGS1003
1979 Bounty Hunter GHE GR1003 Moonlight MLR 1002
1980 Rock 'n Rye GHE GR1004 produced by Steve Burgh
1981 Live & Kickin Sugar Hill SH1005 live
1983 Carolina Sky Sugar Hill SH1006
1985 Solo At Midnight Sugar Hill SH1007
1989 Prodigal Son Sugar Hill SH1008
1990 Irregular Guy Sugar Hill SH1009
1994 Creme de la Cross - Best of the Funny Stuff Sugar Hill SH1010 compilation
1994 High Powered, Low Flying Sugar Hill SH1011
1998 Michael's Magic Music Box MiMa-MuBo 101 children's music
At Large In The World MiMa-MuBo 102
2012 Crossin' Carolina

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