|Birth Day:||December 8, 1944|
|Death Date:||Dec 9, 2005 (age 61)|
As per our current Database, Mike Botts died on Dec 9, 2005 (age 61).
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He was in a band during college called The Travelers Three.
While working with Bill Medley, Botts was invited to join Gates's band, Bread, for its second album, On the Waters. He accepted the offer and worked as a full-time member of Bread from 1970 to 1973, when the band went on hiatus. At that point, Botts began working with Linda Ronstadt, and recorded and toured with her for over two years. Botts reunited with the other members of Bread in 1976 for one final album and tour, before disbanding again in 1978.
He then worked with Karla Bonoff and Andrew Gold, playing on Gold's 1977 hit "Lonely Boy", and continued to work in the studio as a player, singer, writer, and producer. In 1989, he toured Japan with Richard Carpenter. Two years later, he began touring and recording with Dan Fogelberg while continuing his session work, and also writing jingles and music for children's albums. In 1996, the members of Bread again reunited for a world tour that ran until the fall of 1997. Botts then recorded his only solo album, Adults Only, released in 2000.
Currently, Mike Botts is 76 years, 7 months and 17 days old. Mike Botts will celebrate 77th birthday on a Wednesday 8th of December 2021.
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