Who is Dino-Mike?
Mike was never the 'Cool' kid at school; in fact he fit the classical definition of a 'Loser'(Now, don't expect any change ... he's still a loser by many accounts). He was often picked on and was demeaningly called 'Dino-Mike' because of his love of dinosaurs and the 1993 film Jurassic Park. Ironically, Mike took the name which was used to mock him and transformed it into a name that many have come to know him in the comedy world.
At the age of 14, Mike wrote the songe 'My Hemheroid Has Grown Now' - a savy parody to the 80's song 'I Think I'm Alone Now'. At age 16 he met comedy radio personality 'Crazy Jay' whom he befriended. Jay became Mike's mentor and advised him how to record his music. Moreover, Jay played Mike's stuff on the air ... no matter how bad it was.
5 years later, Dino-Mike is currently a name that's known around the entire Southern California. Mike is notorious for writing parodies to popular songs. His wit makes the lyrics funny while his voice pokes fun at the orginal artists. The release of his 2004 album 'Smarklies' will pave the way for Mike to become one of the youngest comedians in the entertainment industry.