Mick Mullin

The grandson of a Kentucky coal miner, an orphan, a gospel pianist/songwriter and a mother of over 14 children, Mick Mullin ended up being born and bred in Nashville, Tennessee.  The product of pious parents, Mick’s introduction to music began with the Baptist Hymnal.  The voice of his calling has always been artistic in tone, beginning with writing short stories and creating comics in his primary days, and morphing irreversibly to musical expression with the gift of his first guitar at the age of 12.  Throughout his teens and early twenties, Mick led several different bands, all with varied genre leanings. After a brief stint at university, Mick decided to take a less conventional path and yielded to the wanderlust in his soul.  His rambling led him to living in Las Vegas, New York City, and after teaching himself Russian, he moved to Moscow where he taught English.  Upon his return from Russia, he’s lived as a street busker in Asheville and spent a few years in Seattle.  Although he found the various music scenes he thrived in to be greatly inspirational, ultimately he felt that to pursue them further felt disingenuous, and returned home to Nashville to humbly attempt to stake his claim in the revolution of independent country music.