Miracle Mule and Buck Nickels & Loose Change are performing together for a special double-bill at the Sweetwater Music Hall. Miracle Mule will start the show off at 8pm with a raucous set filled to the brim with their latest swampy tonk tunes, followed by Buck Nickels & Loose Change. Did I forget to mention that this is a FREE show! You get a great show for nothing more than the cost of a beer!
If you aren't familiar with Buck Nickels & Loose change, now is your chance! Pop onto their website for more info and some sweet sound clips: http://www.bucknickels.com
Don't be late, Miracle Mule starts the show at 8pm sharp!
Come join Miracle Mule at the Sausalito Cruising Club in Sausalito. The location is out on a barge moored in the bay. Just walk up the gangplank, and come on in. Technically this is a private event, so email me if you would like to attend. I can add an unlimited number of guests to the guest list. (see poster for email address)
We got nothing but positive feedback from everyone, and we hope Miracle Mule will be back for next year's festival. There were plenty of folks who came to the Cajun Festival specifically for the music, and we didn't hear a single negative. Jean Y.
You can find Miracle Mule online at these websites:
Miracle Mule is the swampy tonk dance band that everybody is talking about.
Miracle Mule is an Americana supergroup located right here in the North Bay, with serious local powerhouse talent. Members have played or toured with several national headliners, including John Hiatt, Hank Ballard & the Midnighters and more.
The fiery live performances of Miracle Mule have been known to cause fits of dancing and spontaneous bursts of uncontrolled merriment. Lead vocals in the band are handled by three talented veteran performers, Geoff Mack, Sandy Geller and Dick Bay, with heavy emphasis on harmonies and fun vocal interplay.
Miracle Mule was formed in 2009, has a large and established following and regularly plays large events, festivals and club engagements, including The Napa Earth Day Festival, Isleton Cajun Festival and Novato festival of Art, Wine & Music, among others.
Miracle Mule songs are a mix of old and new, known and unknown, originals and covers. All songs have that special and unique Swampy Tonk sound -- there really is nothing else like it. The Miracle Mule sound includes a rock-solid honky tonk rhythm section paired with a heavy dose of New Orleans seasoning, including accordion, rub board and pedal steel guitar.
Miracle Mule’s first CD, Nice Ass, was released in 2012.
Miracle Mule's second CD, Swampy Tonkin’ is currently at the printer and will be released July 24, 2015.
With well over 50 songs in the repertoire Miracle Mule can play over three hours of entertaining danceable music. Most songs are covers with a few originals thrown in just for fun. Some songs in the current set list include: