Mike Heidorn

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Mike Heidorn, born 1967 in Belleville, Illinois, is the former drummer and founding member of alternative country bands Uncle Tupelo and Son Volt. Heidorn also played with the Uncle Tupelo precursors the Primitives (or Primatives) and the one-off band Coffee Creek with Jay Farrar and Jeff Tweedy of Uncle Tupelo and Brian Henneman of The Bottle Rockets. Heidorn married and left Uncle Tupelo after the recording of their third album, March 16–20, 1992. After the breakup of Uncle Tupelo Heidorn was reactivated by Farrar and joined the first version of Son Volt, but was not involved in the reformation of the band in 2005 and is no longer active as a professional musician.

References[edit]

  • Crone, Thomas (August 26 – September 1, 1992). "The Men From Uncle – Belleville's Uncle Tupelo goes Buck naked". Riverfront Times.