Mikey (She Don’t Like Firefly, Best Game Ever) is a ball of contagious enthusiasm who sings about role-playing games, sci-fi, fantasy, cats, and being a geek. He’s been heard on Nerdist online, SyFy, TheFuMP.com, and Dr. Demento, and is a truly must-see event. His first book comes out June 2 through Falstaff Press.
Mikey Mason spent more than a decade as a full-time standup comedian. He headlined on all four coasts, performed multiple times each on NBC, at the legendary House of Blues, and the Hard Rock Casino. He even headlined the Atlantis Resort and Casino in the Bahamas, but it wasn’t enough.
In 2011, he released a song expressing his geekier side (She Don’t Like Firefly) that went viral on YouTube and got him featured on Nerdist online, SyFy, MTV Geek News, The Funny Music Project, DrDemento.com, and even Time magazine. Thirteen albums, seven EPs, and hundreds of songs later, his lifelong love for fantasy, science fiction, cats, video and role-playing games continues to inspire his music and help him evolve, not only personally, but musically and professionally.
Today his profession is creating art and music with geeky themes. His performances are fueled by his passions and sharpened by long years of experience as a stand-up comedian. He’s performed at theaters, bars, comedy clubs, casinos, colleges, festivals, and conventions across the US, hosted podcasts, exhibited at art shows, created a coloring book, and more, continually expanding his horizons as to what his next project will be.
His book, Confessions of a Geek Bard, is being released in June 2023 through Falstaff Books.
Learn more at mikeymason.com.
PRAISE FOR MIKEY
"Soooo great!!" - Morena Baccarin (Firefly, Deadpool, Serenity, Homeland, V)
“The wordplay is genius.” -Juliette B. Edwards, nerdsraging.com
"My dad had a great sense of humor, knew hundreds of jokes, puns, limericks, etc and would have LOVED your song!" -Cindy Gygax (Daughter of RPG luminary Gary Gygax)
"His voice is so awesome that we immediately ran to his website to check out his tour schedule." -Carol Pinchefsky, SyFy's Blastr.com