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Mike Cross (musician)

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Years active  70s–present
Genres  Folk music
Labels  Sugar Hill
Record label  Sugar Hill Records
Website  Official Website
Music group  Sponge (1991 – 2001)
Name  Mike Cross

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Occupation(s)  Musician, singer-songwriter
Instruments  Vocals, guitar, fiddle, foot
Role  Singer-songwriter · mikecross.com
Education  University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Albums  Live & Kickin', Wax Ecstatic, Rotting Pinata, New Pop Sunday, Best of the Funny Stuff ‑ Creme d
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Mike Cross (born October 25, 1946 in Maryville, Tennessee) 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. Best known for his humorous songs such as "The Scotsman," his catalog features a wide variety of musical genres and moods.

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