Mike Shapiro

Mike Shapiro

Déjà Vu


It’s one thing to have the music you made years ago put on a compilation and sold in “cool retro” packaging to the present generation, but it’s quite another to make “cool retro” music presently. Mike Shapiro, a songwriter for over 30 years, brings The Beatles, Santana, The Byrds, Jimi Hendrix, The Rolling Stones, and Elvis together in a unique, old school, newly cool style. Don’t miss the poppy “Come On,” the swinging “Home Free,” the sweet, ’60s-sounding title track, and the Beatlesque “It’s Up to You.” If you’re tired of buying oldies CDs with all the same songs, try something fresh with the sound you already love.

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