Presented by: Shenkman Arts Centre Presents
Saturday, February 6, 2016 at 8 pm
High energy, a lot of fun, and always entertaining, Mudmen are a Celtic Rock Band who inspire a party vibe as soon as they hit the stage. Founded by The Campbell Brothers in 1998, The Mudmen have eight studio CDs under their kilts and have built a legion of fans from young to old.
Their accomplishments include topping the charts on The Edge radio, six videos on Much Music and signing with EMI Records from 2000-2004. More recently, their accomplishments include, the new CBC Hockey Night in Canada
theme song; performing at the Edmonton Oilers Reunion with Wayne Gretzky and teammates present, and a three-month tour with Johnny Reid, his PBS Special and the CCMA's.
The Mudmen have met and performed for the Queen and have been honoured to entertain and share the stage with numerous celebrities over the years including Eugene Levy, Martin Short, Paul Shaffer, William Shatner, The Guess Who, Gordon Lightfoot, to name a few. Don Cherry and Ron MacLean have often featured their music. As Ron says: “The Mudmen, we love them!”
The Mudmen Robby Campbell, Sandy Campbell, Mario Bozza , Steve Gore, Anthony Albanese and Jeremy Burton believe nice guys do finish first. Their love for music and performing is as strong as their off stage friendship. With over 2,000 shows to date you are sure to feel the same way we do about the Canadian Celtic Rock band known as The Mudmen. Ages:
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Harold Shenkman Hall
February 06 at 8:00 pm