top of page
Main Landscape Green.png

Mick Connolly

Electric Guitar

Michael "Mick" Connolly picked up a guitar at the age of 9 and never looked back. A lover of true rock and roll and influenced by classic bands and guitarists like The Rolling Stones, Faces, Jeff Beck, Blood Sweat and Tears, Led Zeppelin, Mike Bloomfield, Larry Carlton and Steve Howe, Mick's playing became as diverse as his record collection. Sought after for not only his playing, but also for his authentic vocal ability and undeniable stage presence, Mick took his talents to his original songwriting and production skills.

As the owner of the Red Room Sound Studio, an all analog, all tape studio in Litchfield Connecticut, Mick is keeping the art of analog recording and production in the forefront with all original equipment from the 1970's heyday and still editing with a razor blade! The Red Room Sound Studio is incredibly busy with clients that have included well known and up-and-coming bands and most recently Steve Katz, founding member of Blood Sweat and Tears and the Blues Project. Having the opportunity to record and co-produce Steve's newest release "The Juggle" was a career highlight as Steve was always a huge musical influence on Mick.

Mick is also well known for his work with National Recording artist Lucinda Rowe in the rock project "Lucinda and Michael" and "The Red Room Project". This rock project has performed with or opened for many well-known artists such as Pat Benatar, Eddie Money, 2015 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductee Ricky Byrd of Joan Jett and The Blackhearts, Patty Smythe and Scandal, REO Speedwagon, Tony Bennett, KC and The Sunshine Band, Stevie Nicks, The Guess Who, The Monkees, The Georgia Satellites, and numerous others. Recent tours have taken them to the Gulf Coast of Florida and Alabama, Key West, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New York and Boston. Their latest album release "The Red Room Project" is a writing collaboration between Mick and Lucinda showcasing their different styles of songwriting. This album was produced, arranged and recorded by Mick on tape at the Red Room Sound Studio.

Mick Connolly
bottom of page