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  • About

    Jan 29, 1985 (Age: 37)
    Home Page:
    Long Beach, CA
    Current Setup:
    Alleva-Coppolo LG-5 Classic Supreme
    Alleva-Coppolo LM-5 Empress
    F Bass BNF-5
    Hofner Beetle Bass 1969
    Fender American P Bass 1971
    Fender American P Bass 1962 Reissue
    Fender American Signature Adam Clayton Jazz Bass
    Juzek 3/4 Upright 1936
    Blast Cult One4Five
    Aguilar TH350
    Aguilar GS 2x12
    Favorite Genres:
    Rock, Pop, Motown, Soul, R&B, Funk
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    Cirque du Soleil, Varekai
    Cirque du Soleil, Viva ELVIS
    Dallas and Doll
    Million Dollar Quartet, Las Vegas
    Suburban Legends
    Influences and Teachers:
    Teachers: Jason Langley, Rick Shaw, Tom Warrington. Influences: James Jamerson, Nathan East, Nathan Watts, Victor Wooten, Bakithi Kumalo
    Hobbies and Interests:
    Ice Hockey, Cooking
    Available for Instruction?:
    • Bass Guitar Instruction
    • Double Bass Instruction
    Teaching Credentials:
    California State University, Fullerton and University of Nevada, Las Vegas
    Mikey Hachey is a bass player, composer, and singer. He was recently the assistant music director on the arena world tour “Varekai” by Cirque du Soleil. He is also the bassist and video producer for "String Puppies”, a string instrumental duo who's following includes over 300,000 Youtube channel views and over 3,400 subscribers to date. Mikey is well known and hired for his versatility both instrumentally and with many different styles of music.

    Mikey studied music at California State University, Fullerton. Out of college, he joined the pop group Suburban Legends, which brought him a residency at Disneyland Park and travel around the United States and Europe with bands such as Reel Big Fish, Less Than Jake and Goldfinger. Since then, Mikey has performed with former broadway stars Rita Harvey (Phantom of the Opera), Ivan Rutherford (Les Miserables), and Carter Calvert (Catz) in Neil Berg's Broadway review show "101 Years of Broadway"show. He has played many other regional musicals and was the music director for the Playboy Comedy Tour band “The Project” with Dallas Kruse and Jorgen Ingmar playing side stage to comedians Rob Schneider, Chris D’Elia and Tom Green. During this time, Mikey was also the bass player for Justin Grennan, a member of Christina Aguilera’s team and top 10 finalist on season one of NBC’s “The Voice”. Mikey has published a full transcription book, “The Ultimate Bearhug Songbook: Just South of Los Angeles” (available on and has worked with many artists at Zion Studios in Southern California under Dallas Kruse.

    In 2011, Mikey joined the Cirque du Soleil production of Viva ELVIS at the Aria Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, NV where he performed over 500 shows. He then joined the cast of the Tony Award winning Broadway musical Million Dollar Quartet (Las Vegas Company at Harrah’s Casino) in the bass player roll, “Brother Jay Perkins”. Mikey just got off the road, again this time with Cirque du Soleil, performing over 300 shows a year on the world arena tour of “Varekai”. Mikey continues to record and perform with many artists in Southern California and around the world.

    Performance credits:

    -Varekai by Cirque du Soleil, 2014-2017 World Arena Tour.
    -Million Dollar Quartet as "Brother Jay", 2012-2013 at Harrah's Casino, Las Vegas.
    -Viva ELVIS by Cirque du Soleil, 2011-2012 at Aria resort and Casino, Las Vegas.
    -Bassist for pop group "Suburban Legends", 2004-2009. Residency at Disneyland Park and world tours with bands Reel Big Fish, Goldfinger, and Less Than Jake.

    Recording credits:

    -"Things I Should Have Said", Justin Grennan ("The Voice" season one finalist)
    -"Dance Like Nobody's Watching", Suburban Legends
    -"The White EP", guitar soloist Johnny Gomez
    -"Take One", debut record for String Puppies

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