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Meet Mike & Nancee
Mike and Nancee Micham have been performing together for 20 years. They met in Arizona while working at Rawhide, a little Western tourist town.

After three years there doing comedy skits and playing music, they decided to head for Missouri. In 1992, their talents landed them in Silver Dollar City and the McHaffie's Homestead. And there they fit right in.

The feel of the Homestead is that of an 1880's family and the "characters" protray life on the old farmstead.

Mike became the lead guitarist and humorist for the Homestead Pickers (the featured band on the front porch) and Nancee cooked on the old woodstove, told stories and sang with the band.

During these years, Mike and Nancee's mutual love for traditional Irish folk songs grew and they have been featured together at the Homestead, festivals, house concerts and pubs!

For the last 11 years, Mike and Nancee have also been working hard on their 80-acre farm near Taneyville. It was here they began raising naturally grown pork, beef, chickens and vegetables.

In early 2007, they decided it was time to focus on the farm and their own duet
"Whenever you find that you are on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect." — Mark Twain
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"Ezra and Dilly" at Becker's Pickin' Parlor
— saying a fond farewell to Silver Dollar City — and beginning their own "Front Door Farm Market." Front Door Farm Market™ was born out of a growing need for healthful and better-tasting food. Mike and Nancee believe people should know where food comes from and they also felt a folks were tired of blindly buying whatever was in the store. As a consequence, they began compiling a list of people who wanted to eat better and support local farming.

This musical couple continue to perform as well. Along with traditional Irish music, they also perform folk, gospel and silly songs for the whole family. They have a big following from Silver Dollar City and other venues and their fans all love their great interaction with each and every crowd.

Life is full — but wonderfully so — for these two and we can't wait to see what's next?


Contact Mike and Nancee:
walkermicham@aol.com