Mike Scott-Harding is a singer, songwriter, and playwright. As a singer, he has performed nationally and internationally in some of the worlds prestigious venues.
He has performed in Dubai ('Oil Barons' Ball'), for HRH Prince Albert in Monaco, for Princess Stephanie of Monaco in London, and in Hyde Park, London, as part of 'BBC proms'.
He has vast experience singing in different genres (including Soul, Jazz, R'n'B, Doo-wop, Rock, Blues, and Reggae).
As leader of Soul/Motown group The Tops, he has performed on many elite-line cruise ships for several top companies (including P&O, Royal Caribbean, SAGA and Celebrity) throughout Europe, the Caribbean, Mexico, and Australasia.
As a session-singer he has performed, both live and in the studio, for Brazilian-fusion outfit Da Lata, and for Doo-wop harmony group, The Extraordinaires (including on Northern Ireland’s ‘Late, late show’, and in the 2016 ‘Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekend’ festival, Las Vegas.
As a writer-producer, he has written and produced the musical soundtrack for several of Gerrard Martin Dance’s performance pieces.
Mike has recently been commissioned the University of Northampton, writing the music – and performing guitar and vocal – for a multi-platform piece based on Greek play, ‘The Oresteia’.