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Over 1,200 of your favorite tunes!

 


Mike Eagan is a veteran troubadour entertaining folks at the finest live music venues on the gulf coast. His immense song list covers all genres including classic rock, Americana, Folk, Alt-Rock, blues and Reggae. Affectionately known as "The Human Jukebox",  Mike relies on his audience to choose  from over 1,200 songs on his set list. He takes his listeners on a musical sojourn that begins with the 60's British Invasion of The Beatles, The Who, The Rolling Stones and The Kinks. It then wanders through '70's with great artists like The Eagles, Pink Floyd, Dylan, Cat Stevens, Jimmy Buffet, America and Bad Company. Then he meanders through the '80's with Tom Petty,  John Cougar, REO, Peter Gabriel, U2, Bob Marley. The journey continues into the '90's with some REM, Seal, Wallflowers , STP, Counting Crows and then flows seamlessly into the 2000's with Coldplay, John Mayer, Jason Mraz, Incubus, Red Hot Chili Peppers and up to last week's newest Mumford and Sons!
   
Although he's still waiting for his "check in the mail",  Mike E is also an accomplished songwriter. His 2001 release of Perfect Day features ten of his own compositions. He is currently recording a brand new CD with his latest songs scheduled for a Spring '14 release. Eagan is the quintessential troubadour traveling through time to bring his collection of classic songs to your heart. Be sure to catch a live show soon, and join him on a musical journey you won't soon forget. As Eagan says in a recent Pensacola News Journal interview: "I'm very happy being considered a good cover artist. There is no better way to tug at a listener's heart than do one of their favorite songs (or a whole bunch of them).  I try real hard to do songs just like the original artist recorded them, so those memories associated with the tune come back loud and clear. We can all associate pivotal moments and special people in our lives with certain songs. It's the sound track to our lives."