Mike Massé to thank Netherlands in person this August

LetItBeHolland Denver, CO (1 July, 2016) – Mike Massé and special guest, Sterling Cottam, will perform in Eindhoven at De Effenaar on 18 August, and in Amsterdam at Sugarfactory on 19 August 2016.  Mike’s acoustic cover of “Africa” with Jeff Hall was featured on dumpert.nl in the summer of 2012, just a month before Mike’s 11-month-old son, Noah, was diagnosed with a rare and aggressive brain tumor.

Mike released a fundraiser for Noah, a vocal/piano cover of “Let It Be” by the Beatles.  He was overwhelmed by the response from the Dutch, who helped his version of “Let It Be” hit #1 on the iTunes singles chart in the Netherlands.  Happy to report, Mike’s son turns five years old this summer and is doing great.

Mike is looking forward to meeting some of his Dutch fans in person and say thanks for helping save his son in his hour of need.  Mike will be joined by his friend and long-time collaborator, Sterling, who fans will recognize from several of Mike’s more popular videos, including “The Boxer”, “Scarborough Fair” and “No Rain”.

Tickets for the Eindhoven show on 18 August on sale here.

Tickets for the Amsterdam show on 19 August on sale here.

About Mike Massé

Mike Massé is a former attorney (public defender) turned full-time musician, thanks to the success of his YouTube channel.  In 2008, he began posting acoustic classic rock covers on YouTube from his local gigs at the Pie Pizzeria, near the campus of the University of Utah in Salt Lake City.  Most of those gigs feature Jeff Hall on bass and backing vocals.  Jeff is also an attorney (a prosecutor).  Mike has posted over 100 songs on his channel, and has amassed over 43 million channel views, with his cover of Toto’s “Africa” accounting for seven million of those views.  Thanks to the success of his YouTube channel, Mike has since quit his day job and moved to Colorado where now he’s a full-time musician and dad.

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