Mick was the founder of the Woodman Folk Club and organised it for twenty seven years until he handed over the reins to Ian Munro in 1998. See his history section.
Until 1998 he appeared each week at the Woodman, singing on average six songs a night. That makes approximately 6,500 songs. Following this period of prolific activity he has decided to limit his appearances at the club to special vintage performances, where people who are lucky enough to catch him will hear a vast range of material ranging from Steeleye Span folk classics, through moving Hank William's numbers to the inimitable "Watercress Grill". Sadly, his banjo has not made an appearance for many months, but there are growing rumours of a return….
- and for a really cool pic - Mick The Hat - courtesy of Trevor Durden