Since recording was started in 2005, Mickael has worked with many great musicians both in the studio and on the stage.
James Lipoth recorded and produced and contributed bass and electric guitar to "Free" in 2005. Since then James has been doing the final mixing and mastering as well as offering valuable advice and support.
Dan Hum did all the drumming on "Free" and 2 songs on "In Loving Misery". Dan performed with Mickael on many of his early live shows and is currently a member of the band Sharks on Fire.
Ken Hum participated in the studio by laying down some killer bass tracks on "Free".
Jonathan Anthony joined up with Mickael for his first live show and played in the band for every live show up until moving to Victoria at the start of 2008.
in 2008 Doug McCallum spent some time drumming for live shows and recorded 3 tracks on the album "In Loving Misery".
Phil Maloney, long time friend and drummer for Fighting For Ithaca, has recorded drums for 2 songs from "In Loving Misery" including the single "Sweet Misery". In 2010 Phil recorded drums for Mickael's latest recordings including songs such as "Insufferable" and "Confusing Emotions".
Chris Brock took over on bass after Jonathan moved to Victoria and has since expanded his role into backing vocals and harmonies, acoustic and electric guitar, and even some 12 string! In addition to his huge contribution to Mickael Maddison's live and latest recordings, Chris Brock is also a singer/songwriter and is working on his debut CD.
Dusty Kamps did some drumming with the band a number of times over the years fitting a few shows in around family time and a spastic work schedule.
Andrew Buis joined up to play bass for some live shows in 2010 and 2011.
Josť Zaldo is a solid hand-drummer and is a highly regarded though casual member of the band.