If music were a map McMule might be found somewhere on the great divide between yesterday and now. Driven on roads forged by the music of plain hardworking country people. Where the ancient footpaths of the Scots and Irish cross the great Mississippi Delta. One part whiskey, two parts toil, McMule’s music resists playing “tag you're it”. Assured vocals, proletarian string band backing and a steady groove. Renegade, full-tilt and funky.
McMule performs at major festivals through out the Northeast, top shelf music venues such as B.B. Kings in NYC and various cultural events.
Accolades for the new album "Whiskeytalk"
"....McMule has some serious game! They ride an intriguing breed of Jam Grass, mixing flavors of Welsh, renaissance/folk to kick-ass swing"
Buddy Cage, The New Riders of the Purple Sage
"...this is the best roots music/authentic bluegrass album I have heard in years. This is a group of really talented musicians who have devoted their lives to this music."
Commander Cody, Commander Cody and the Lost Planet Airmen
"Whiskeytalk haunts, each song is a different skeleton rattling in the closet. The music is sparse, transcendent and hypnotic; the voices cry out from somewhere between Appalachia and the Mighty Mississippi."
Howard Weiner, host of Visions of Dylan 99.5FM WBAI, New York