Greetings everyone, 

     I may appear to be laying low but I'm still here, on the outskirts of Nashville, TN where, with the help of great friends, we built an amazing studio and entertainment company called Harmony Hill out in the country, more on that below. 

     I still do some performances, podcasts and speaking engagements, so check the events page and follow my artist page on your preferred streaming service for notices on new releases. I have also been working with veteran artists for AHERO Records like Tim Murray, as well as producing an EP for Myra Washington

     Speaking of new releases, I have been reflecting on the early start of MCB, the music, the memories, the journey, the growth, the small success, the attacks, the war, the change in paths, wrapping up nearly 30 years in the Marine Corps, and grateful to finally be able to focus on music full time, in so many more ways.  

As mentioned, we built a studio in Shelbyville, TN. Along the way, we wrote some songs, recorded different ideas as we were testing the studio's equipment and spent a lot of time and attention to every little detail.  

We call it “Hurricane Creek”. The name comes from the creek running under Route 231 in Shelbyville, TN just down the road from Harmony Hill. If you liked the more Mike Corrado Band sound, you'll love it, imagine that but better, bigger.  We're all over the place but still in the same place at the same time. I can't wait for you to hear it. 

Our group of merry people consists of some friends of mine you may know Jonathan Lassiter from a band called “The Drive,"  Josh Burns who toured with MCB and has been a long time co-writer as well as his wife Robin Dennis Burns, a gifted singer/songwriter and studio engineer.  Last but not least, the drummer everyone knows and loves… Stacey Lamont Sydnor.  Hard to believe I have been friends with these amazing humans going on 30 years!

I appreciate all the support over the years, so many good times.  Hope you're all well. Cheers!