Personal Profile Hey dudes. My name is Mick Mullet and I’m the lead singer and guitarist in the band The Amazing Mullets. I often get asked what my childhood was like and how the band got started. Well I grew up in the small town of Nimbi n in northern New South Wales, Australia.
My mother and her friends always said that I was a cute baby, That’s me in the photograph, when I was six years old, the little one with the beaut hair. It was around that time that I met another little boy of similar size and hair length. His name was Johnny Mull o. We were friends from the first day we met and were friends all through high school and still are to this day. I was always into music and one day my Mum and Dad bought me a guitar.
That was the start of a roller coaster ride of hardships and success. One day, I dropped into Johnny’s house and found him playing the bass guitar, then and there we decided to form a band, the Amazing Mullets was born. My favorite drink would have to be beer and my favorite food would have to be a big juicy Big Mac from McDonalds followed closely by a king size Mars bar. I am single, however I am hoping to find a girl and settle down in my trailer just the two of us and maybe have a child or two. As you already know I live in a nice trailer, which I take wherever I go, that way I can go all over the world without leaving home. I drive a 1987 Holden Commodore and a Honda Dirt Bike.
I often get asked what I do in my spare time. I don’t get too much free time with my hectic lifestyle but I veg out in front of the television and enjoy playing video games. Grooming my long mullet, which gets nothing but the best hair care, would take most of my free time. I am an easygoing guy who holds no grudges and doesn’t take life too seriously. At my funeral I would like people to remember me as a man who brought smiles to faces everywhere and a man with a damn good haircut.
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