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Mike obtained his first modular synth at age 17 and started patching immediately. He got his first poly synth at age 20 and, despite its many shortcomings by today's standards, played it with his many rock bands for the next 5 years. A newer poly synth was soon added along with a portable organ and clavinet. Those were the glory days of keyboards, just before the digital revolution.

An accomplished singer and song-writer, Mike won the New Brunswick leg of the CBC Maritime Songwriting Contest in 1985. Mike played with Ambush and Street Legal in Saint John before heading to Halifax to add keys to the power quartet Razor Boy. He returned to Saint John to play with Wink and the Pleasers, then Film at Eleven, eventually joining forces with his siblings to create The Boyer Band which played for over 15 years, releasing 2 CDs.

Today his arsenal of keyboards is up to date including "digital-analog" technology that is faithful to the rich sounds of the glory days. Eclipse benefits from his long history with synthesizers and samplers in the attention to sonic details that make up the "Floyd" experience.

 

  If you'd like to ask Mike a question, you can email him directly at mike@eclipse-pinkfloydtribute.com