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Sev’s Cellar – Mike Haggith

theBorderline 8 January 2021 859 126 4

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Mike Haggith is an independent alternative rock musician once based in Sault Ste Marie, Ontario, and now living in Thompson, Manitoba. Having played in Windsor-based groups such as The Air, S.C.A.R., The Thorns and Psytrious, Mike Haggith made a name for himself among Jam Rock fans and used that following to promote his solo career. Then, while based in Sault Ste. Marie in his early working life, Haggith formed a trio, The Din, that released a full length album, “Give In To The Din.” When The Din eventually split, Haggith pursued a solo avenue, sitting on several unreleased recordings that pre-date his album, “If Ever Comes The Day,” out in March of 2020. To date, Mike Haggith has 49 solo releases credited to his name and, though the work varies in quality, there is definitely a little something for everyone in Haggith’s solo catalog.

The majority of Haggith’s music is inspired by personal events and struggles, and his desire to face those subjects, rather than run from them. Haggith’s main goals include therapy through writing, reconciliation with Canada’s First Nations, and increasing mental health initiatives in Canada’s remote northern regions.

“Just an honest guy with his acoustic guitar, sending love from the 55th Parallel,” writes Mike Haggith at


“SEV’S CELLAR” // with Sev Micron

A classically trained musician with a penchant for the punk music. Sev has played in numerous bands, on keyboards, drums and voice. Tulpa, with John Bottomley, holds a special place and so do the rock punkers, Throbbin’ Hoods. Sneaking up on 40 years of experience in a variety of mediums, Sev Micron engineers Muzicare Productions and has produced a good number of indie artists. Songwriting is another of Sev’s many and considerable talents.

And it wouldn’t be right to not mention that Sev loves animals, dogs especially (hi Bela), and that cooking is a forte! Peace and love are big fans, too.

“The difference between the impossible and the possible lie’s in a man’s determination.”

tommy lasorda

Mike Haggith

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