Mike Reeb is a full-time touring musician from the Midwest. Throughout the country, he has opened for several notable musicians, including Alejandro Escovedo, Joe Pug, Sleeping at Last, Bill Mallonee, Denison Witmer, Jeremy Messersmith, Gabby Moreno, Elsinore, Kink Ador, Honey Trees, Derek Webb, Company of Thieves, and Jason Webley at venues like Schubas Tavern (Chicago), Hotel Cafe (Los Angeles), The Listening Room Cafe (Nashville), Rockwood Music Hall (New York City), Mike & Molly's (Champaign, IL), Duffy's Tavern (Lincoln, NE), Czar Bar (Kansas City), Lindbergs (Springfield, MO), The Frequency (Madison, WI), Rumba Cafe (Columbus, OH). In 2010, one of Mike’s original songs was also featured in the movie Janie Jones, starring Abigail Breslin.
Mark Thomton of the Chicago Tribune writes, "He keeps drawing positive reviews and kind comparisons to musical legends. Names like Dylan and Springsteen are often thrown out too loosely when used to describe up-and-coming artists. In Reeb's case, however, the connections may be warranted." Mike's musical and song-writing influences include Jeff Tweedy, Damien Jurado, Ray Davies, John Steinbeck, Gillian Welch, David Bazan, and Bob Dylan.