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About Mike Farris

Singer and songwriter Mike Farris made a splash in the midst of the grunge heyday with his band, The Screamin' Cheetah Wheelies. They had a top-ten hit with "Shakin' The Blues" in 1994 but dissolved after the follow-up LP. After the band's demise Farris released one solo record, 2003's Goodnight Sun, had a short run fronting Double Trouble, and battled litany drug addictions. After a nearly fatal overdose, he found religion and issued the funky, soulful gospel rock album Salvation in Lights in 2007.

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Listen toMike Farrison Napster

Singer and songwriter Mike Farris made a splash in the midst of the grunge heyday with his band, The Screamin' Cheetah Wheelies. They had a top-ten hit with "Shakin' The Blues" in 1994 but dissolved after the follow-up LP. After the band's demise Farris released one solo record, 2003's Goodnight Sun, had a short run fronting Double Trouble, and battled litany drug addictions. After a nearly fatal overdose, he found religion and issued the funky, soulful gospel rock album Salvation in Lights in 2007.

About Mike Farris

Singer and songwriter Mike Farris made a splash in the midst of the grunge heyday with his band, The Screamin' Cheetah Wheelies. They had a top-ten hit with "Shakin' The Blues" in 1994 but dissolved after the follow-up LP. After the band's demise Farris released one solo record, 2003's Goodnight Sun, had a short run fronting Double Trouble, and battled litany drug addictions. After a nearly fatal overdose, he found religion and issued the funky, soulful gospel rock album Salvation in Lights in 2007.

About Mike Farris

Singer and songwriter Mike Farris made a splash in the midst of the grunge heyday with his band, The Screamin' Cheetah Wheelies. They had a top-ten hit with "Shakin' The Blues" in 1994 but dissolved after the follow-up LP. After the band's demise Farris released one solo record, 2003's Goodnight Sun, had a short run fronting Double Trouble, and battled litany drug addictions. After a nearly fatal overdose, he found religion and issued the funky, soulful gospel rock album Salvation in Lights in 2007.