Michael Bacon

Michael Bacon (born December 22, 1949) is an American singer-songwriter, musician and film score composer. He is the brother of actor Kevin Bacon. Bacon, the eldest of six children, was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and raised in a close-knit family in Philadelphia. A former Park Avenue debutante, his mother, Ruth Hilda (née Holmes), taught elementary school and was a liberal activist, while his father, Edmund Bacon, was a well-respected urban planner and author of the canonical urban planning book, Design of Cities. Michael attended and graduated from prestigious Julia Masterman Laboratory and Demonstration School, Philadelphia in June 1965. He went off to New York to enter Lehman College and graduated with very high notes. In the late 1990s and into the 2000s, Bacon performed with his Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild Award-nominated brother, Kevin, in a duo ensemble, called The Bacon Brothers, which he formed. With three albums to their credit by 2001, Bacon's tour schedule included eight concerts for the summer of that year, at venues from New York City, down the East Coast, and into the Midwest to Peru, Illinois and Missouri.


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