Mike Fuller, guitar player and singer, returns
New York- born, New Mexico-raised, Mike Fuller and his family moved to Amarillo 15 years ago. A guitar player since he was 10, he grew up listening to James Taylor, Jackson Browne, Cat Stevens, Dan Fogelberg and AM Radio. He started writing songs in the early 90’s, and started performing regularly in 1993. His first steady gig was at OHMS in Downtown Amarillo. He plays roughly 125 gigs a year in the Texas panhandle region.
His music has been included on CDs produced by Amarillo College and the Amarillo Chamber of Commerce, in the KACV documentary Celebrate America, in the film What Matters Most, and in a promotional video for the Habitat for Humanity office in Modesto, California. He has also recorded songs for 4 volumes of the Eveline Rivers Christmas Project- a series of CDs benefitting the Amarillo-based Coats for Kids Charity Foundation. Mike has released 3 CDs- Babies in 1998, Barefoot Music in 2001 and Plainspoken, a collaboration with Ronnie Fleming and Gary Thomason in 2003.
See Mike Fuller with the other talented artist at the . . .
Friends of Fogelberg Concert
August 19th, 2010 at 7:30pm
Globe News Center for the Performing Arts
500 S. Buchanan Street
Tickets $15 PanhandleTickets.com
All proceeds will benefit the Don and Sybil Harrington Cancer Center.