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Mikey Fuss & the Cherokee three

Joined May 15 2011
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75 years old
Madison, Wi
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I am 63 years old and live in an old Fire Station in Madison, Wi    I was a fireman for 31 years on the Madison Fire Dept. and have been retired for 11 years.  My son has been on the dept. for 15 years.  I have lived in the station for 21 years having purchased it from the city after we moved to the new station.  I have an old Milwaukee braves display and a Johnny Cash display room.  I have an old country & western band called:  Mikey Fuss & the Cherokee three, patterned after Johnny Cash & the Tennesse three. I am also part Cherokee.   I sing so many of Johnny Cash''s songs and love doing them.  I also play steel guitar & harmonica.  We play old songs all the way back to Gene Autry & Roy Rodgers.  I love Johnny Seays singing style.  He has the young Johnny Cash sound  &  voice emphesis from 1958 thru 1971.  He mastered that.  That's what I try to do also.  I've never heard anyone elso do that as close as Johnny Seay, and I've heard alot of the so called impersonators.  I don't impersonate him, just try to do the songs like he did and enjoy doing them.   I love Johnny Seays song,  My time to cry.  It is a great sounding song by him.  Also Frankies man Johnny.   I am so happy I found this site.  It sure is great that Fawn is doing this.  Keep up the great work.  I also love trains.  I did a 30th aniversary CD of the Wisconsin & Southern Railroad, which is our local railroad, formerly the Chicago & Northwestern railroad, last year.  There are 8 Johnny Cash railroad songs, plus Roger Millers, King of the Road, theme song for Petticoat Junction ,the TV series, and two songs I wrote for the railroads aniversary.  That's pretty neat that Johnny worked on the railroad & loves planes and to fly also.  You have a great site here Johnny & Fawn and maybe someday we can meet.  I am happy to be a new member.  I also have a website:  It is,    click on: country bands, then on traditional country, then on Cherokee.  Thanks,  Mikey