top of page


Michael Hulett Begins Summer of 2023

National Tour

A Smooth Southern Gentleman with a Cool Vibe


Brunswick, Georgia (Jan. 8, 2023)      

Michael Hulett, one of the country’s top solo performers ~ musician, vocalist, entertainer ~ is beginning his Summer of 2020 Tour in June. From jazz, R&B, pop, rock and a sprinkling of country music, he’s been receiving award-winning raves for his performances throughout the USA.


Accomplished on ten instruments including tenor, alto, soprano and baritone sax, oboe, flute, trumpet and even tuba, Hulett captures his audiences with more than his selection of tunes. It’s also about THAT voice! The sounds from his instrumental renditions are brilliantly rich ~ and then he enchants his listeners with the smooth velvety voice that reminds everyone of stars from the past century of classic sounds.


Michael Hulett walks into a room and his well-dressed fashion-esque first impression is that he must be a G.Q. model! Within minutes, each engagement finds him catching the crowd’s attention with that luscious saxophone and familiar tunes that turns their attention from his good looks to his musical performance.  



Receiving a scholarship from Georgia Southern in music performance with an emphasis on jazz, he attended the Art Institute of Ft. Lauderdale. Michael Hulett began enticing all generations to enjoy a broad spectrum of contemporary and classic music. From music festivals and country clubs to private parties and restaurants, he’s most comfortable on the road heading to the next stage.


Of course, he can do a ‘Satchmo’ tune but what really sets him apart with the audience are his musical interpretations reminiscent of Johnny Hartman, Marvin Gaye and Billy Eckstine ~ all were inspirations throughout his career.


“I can feel that people have a need for music. They’re looking for an escape through music in the moment and the sounds affect all of us. I have something that connects with my audience. They enjoy telling me that they’re drawn to the music ~ and that’s MY joy!”  Michael Hulett.


bottom of page