Singer, songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist Mick Dalla-Vee taught himself to first play the guitar at age 10 after losing his mother to cancer.

In an enviable career, the Cease & Desist front man, bassist and guitarist has also become a very busy studio producer, musician, arranger and vocalist.

Mick attained Gold and Platinum status for his work with Bachman & Turner (Live in New York City 2010) amongst other musical awards (3 gold awards, one independent album award) and co-written or written everything from country to smooth jazz.

Mick has played bass and been lead singer for Canadian rock legend Randy Bachman (The Guess Who, Bachman Turner Overdrive) for over 20 years, played upright bass at the prestigious Montreal Jazz Festival alongside George Benson and Esperanza Spalding and played keyboards for Grammy Award-winning R&B diva Melanie Fiona.

Mick also contributed vocals to studio projects by Mötley Crüe and Trooper amongst many others, and created soundscapes for movies and TV programs with his company The NVMUSIC Group alongside musical partner and lifelong friend, Jeff Neill.

Mick is also the founder of the Down Syndrome Research Foundation’s Music in Motion Workshop, a project that develops musical camaraderie with children, youth and young adults diagnosed with Down syndrome and other developmental disabilities.

Mick Dalla-Vee uses Tokai Guitars and Basses 



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