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Fat Mike
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Musician
    (January 31, 1967- )
    Birth name is Michael Burkett
    Bassist/Lead vocalist for NOFX
    Plays with the cover band, Me First and the Gimme Gimmes
    Owns the record label Fat Wreck Chords
    He has lost a lot of weight since being dubbed 'Fat Mike,' making his name somewhat outdated.
    He wrote 'The Decline' which is an 18 minute song about America.
    He wrote 'Please Play this Song on the Radio' which was banned from radio stations for hidden vulgarity.
    He sings 'Kill All the White Men' despite being a white male.
    He is behind the 'Rock Against Bush' compilation albums and tours.
    His favorite beer is Guinness.
    He made his first tour at sixteen.
    His record label, Fat Wreck Chords, is a pun.
    He is a trained jazz bassist and son of a famous jazz clarinetist.
    He formed his band with high school friends.
    He has given many bands a start in the music industry and promotes new acts.
    His record label carries bands such as Frenzal Rhomb, LagWagon, Descendants, Anti-Flag and Strung Out.

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