Pedicine was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He started playing the saxophone at age 9. By the age of 10, he was a regular on the local radio show The Horn & Hardart Children's Hour. He appeared on the show for eight years. In the 1950s and 1960s, during the summer, Mike's band played at various night spots in Somers Point, NJ. Tony Marts & Bay Shores, the two most popular spots. His best-known record was "Shake a Hand" (Cameo Records, 1958), originally recorded by Faye Adams.
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