Mick Sullivan

Banjo

Mick Sullivan
Mick Sullivan hates bios, and though he understands their necessity, just had to get that out of the way. A graduate of Bellarmine University’s Music Department, he has been performing for over fifteen years. As a member of Squeeze-bot, Fire the Saddle, The Slow Charleston, The Fauxgues, The Tamerlane Trio, The Town Criers and more, Mick has played banjo, guitar and mandolin at so many times and places he’s lost track. If only they paid by the note.... Mick serves as the music director for The Frazier History Museum’s “An Evening with Poe” series, where he is also the Coordinator of Youth and Public Programs, a position which also involves music to the degree he chooses - and it’s a lot. He’s played with lots of people; a few were moderately famous. He’s been in magazines and been on lots of recordings. You’ve read this type of bio before, you know the bit. Of one thing, Mick is certain: Being in Squeeze-bot is a ton of fun.