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Mick Kinney
Mick is a musician of many talents. He has played stride piano at Manhattan’s Swing 46 with veteran tap dancer, Harold Cromer (of Stump and Stumpy); fiddle with Creole jazzman, Al Broussard, in New Orleans’ French Quarter; and lap steel at Louisiana’s Rendez-vous des Cajuns. He also has performed at McCabe’s in Los Angeles, the Bluebird in Nashville, and on NPR’s Mountain Stage. A native of Wisconsin, Mick has made his home in Atlanta since 1977. He currently tours with multi-lingual chanteuse Elise Witt, as well as with his swing string band, the Gypsy Hicks, and his old-time band, the Georgia Crackers. He teaches fiddle, piano, guitar, banjo, and music theory workshops regionally, and is a recipient of the Georgia Council for the Arts Folklife Grant.

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