Singular Artists proudly present Mickelson for their highly anticipated headline show at The Workman’s Cellar, 7th July 2023.
US alternative folk/rock artist Mickelson is back with the brand new single: ‘Only Grey Matter Boiling In My Head’ and a fresh run of UK Dates.
Kicking-off the new year with a choice collaboration, the new single ‘Only Grey Matter Boiling In My Head’ sees the San Francisco songwriter teaming-up with XTC legend Colin Moulding.
Gifting the track with its notably tilting basslines, the additional grandiose piano lines and accomplished drum rolls are courtesy of Mickelson’s UK-based live band, Jon Buckett and Lee Moulding respectively.
Standing as the first piece of recorded music they have laid-down with their frontman. The band will be accompanied by Ian Taylor on bass.
Scott Mickelson is an artist/producer from San Francisco.
His debut release ‘Flickering’ was on the Grammy ballot for Best Folk Album and Best Roots Music Performance.
His follow up full-length ‘A Wondrous Life’ received great reviews in the US and abroad which led to his first European tour in 2019.
He then produced the critically acclaimed Blanket The Homeless benefit compilation which included Grammy winner Fantastic Negrito.
In 2020, Mickelson released Drowning In An Inflatable Pool to rave reviews in the U.S. and Europe.
In 2022, Mickelson premiered the video for “UNarmed American”on Americana U.K and released his highly acclaimed new LP Known To Be Unknown.
Mickelson has appeared in BBC, NPR Radio, Huffington Post, CBS Morning Show, No Depression, Glide Magazine, Paste Magazine, PopMatters, TheBayBridged, Alternative Press Magazine, San Francisco Chronicle, Mix Magazine, Heaven Magazine (NL), and more.
He also gained national recognition after winning a band search contest sponsored by MTV/7-Up with a prize of $15,000 and a song in the feature film Along The Way.
He has shared the stage with artists including: Nick Lowe, Dick Dale, Dave Van Ronk, David Bromberg, Peter Case,Vandoliers, Jonathon Richmond, Steve Forbet, and countless others in his career to date.