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The Mudmen perform at Grace Tipling Hall

October 30, 2014   ·   0 Comments

The Mudmen, many will remember as the The Campbell Brothers, performed at Grace Tipling Hall on Saturday, October 25th. Some may also recognize them as the openers at hockey games decked in their extremely memorable quilts. The most memorable aspect to this band is the music. The energy, the talent, the upbeat, engaging, entertaining and occasionally emotionally entrancing sound of the bag pipes created a sound many have never heard before. Celtic mixed with modern ambiance in an explosive burst filled with every band member’s character and talent. What a talent! Shelburne looks forward to next time the very memorable Mudmen come to town. Visit www.mudmen.ca for more information. (L to R) Guitar, banjo, mandolin, Anthony Albanese, bag pipes, Sandy Campbell, drums, dano, singing and guitar, Steve Gore, bag pipes Rob Campbell, base, Mario Bozza. What a great performance!

Photo by Alex Sher

         

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