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Mike Mead is an American drummer.

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Mead is primarily known for his work with Phil Keaggy on his late 1980s and early 1990s rock and roll records Sunday's Child, Find Me In These Fields and Crimson and Blue; Steve Taylor on I Predict 1990 and Squint; as well as with Randy Stonehill, Rick Cua, and Dave Perkins. Mead was also a member of Chagall Guevara on MCA records in the early 1990s, along with Taylor, Perkins, Lynn Nichols, and bassist Wade Jaynes. Other notable recordings were with White Heart, White Cross and Kenny Marks. In addition to studio work, Mead also toured the US and Europe with Chagall, White Heart and Marks.

Mead was also a member of the Compassion International All-Star band with Keaggy, Cua, Stonehill, Margaret Becker and others.

Mead currently lives in Nashville, Tennessee with his wife of over 29 years and has three grandchildren. He no longer is involved in the music business.


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