Michael K. Myers on Facebook/YouTube/CDBaby
- The Growing Pains (pop/rock)
- The Sedimentary Rock Band
- Folk duo with Mark Haines
Michael begins his songwriting career.
- Bramble (jazz/rock a la Chicago, Blood, Sweat and Tears.)
- Theatre 5 Kingston. Accompanist and Composer
- A Naughtical Revue (Sailing Olympics 1976)
- Buck the Computer (Music Revue)
- Solo singer/songwriter - Toronto and Kingston
- 1978 - 5 Song Self-Titled EP recording of original material
Michael tours in the early 70's with Theatre 5 and lives and
works from Toronto in the late 70's.
- Theatre 5 Classic Fairy Tales (Accompanist/ Composer/Actor)
- Paddy Whack (Celtic, Down East Trio)
- The Phones (pop/rock trio)
- Recording - "The Songs from Cinderella and Puss in Boots"
- Nobody's Perfect (composer, accompanist and actor) Sponsored by Epilepsy Kingston
- Hey Aesop! (composer, accompanist and actor)
- Solo singer/songwriter (Vancouver, Kingston)
- The City Slickers (modern country)
- Solo singer/songwriter
Michael discovers the jazz standards and the Great American Songbook.
- Rebirth of The Growing Pains (2000-2013)
- Room with a View - Jazz Vocalist
- Paddy Whack
- The River Cats - duo with Spencer Evans. 1000 Island Cruise Lines
- 2003 - Self-titled CD - Michael K. Myers (original pop/jazz)
- 2008 - CD - My Kind of Play (original pop/rock)
- 2010 - The Bobby Show - tribute written and produced by Michael K. Myers
- 2012 - launch of a new web site - this one!
-2013 - Hat Trick with three former members of The Growing Pains
-2013- The Big Phat Horn Band featuring vocalist Michael K. Myers
-2014- CD release 'You Are Here'
-2014- Nov.8, The Bobby Show is performed at Kingston's Grand Theatre to over 600 people!
-2017- CD release 'Portsmouth'
-2017- The Limestone Rock'n'Roll Revue
-2017- Room With A View (4pc jazz combo - Nat King Cole, Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald..)
-2020- CD Release 'Why Do You Fly Away Little Bird?' and other painted songs by Michael K. Myers
2021- digital EP release 'Picture This' instrumentals
from the archives: Michael with 'The City Slickers' in the early 90's