Mule - Oklahoma's favorite Bluegrass band - is contemplating this unseasonably warm winter weather. If you're wanting the Mule to energize your
event, best be calling us now!
GREAT NEWS! VERLON IS BACK! A few months ago we talked our dancing fiddler Verlon Stidham to rejoin the Mule. So be sure to catch him next time we play (I think in December at gobms.)
We are proud to announce the newest Mule, Mr. Gary Gerhart, who comes to us by way of Tulsa. A veteran of jazz, blues, rock and country, he has decided to add bluegrass to his list of accomplishments. He'll be playing the upright bass (huzzah!) and singing high tenor, which means I don't have to! We'll be putting some new pics, vids and sound clips up as soon as we get some, but so far the harmonies are sounding terrific. Stay tuned!
I've just put up a whole bunch of videos from the GOBMS Gospel show this summer. Take a look at our Youtube channel, and ignore the ones where I set stuff on fire. Unless you're into that.
ABOUT THE MULE:
Southbound Mule plays an non-eclectic mix of old favorites and new
standards - everything from Bill Monroe (and earlier) to Vince Gill.
They are known far and wide for their hard-driving style, high-energy
vocals and tight harmonies. And don't let the tin-type fool you
- they clean up good, too.
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like Southbound Mule to perform for your event, bar mitzvah, hoedown
or hootenanny, just send us an email at email@example.com
or call me at 405-306-3062. Our fees are pretty reasonable. There
may be an extra charge for us to bring our own PA system.
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