It’s the Mules’ 10th Anniversary! Come celebrate with us. Five of the original 7 Mules will be on hand to help us reminisce and look forward to the next 10 years. Original vocalist Amy Wolgamott, steel player Andrew Chilson and accordion player Michael Whiteley will join original guitar player Geoff Mack, percussionist Brian Dettor and the whole Miracle Mule gang. They have a great dance floor so come prepared to dance.
The Presidio Yacht Club can be a challenge to find if you’ve never been there. It’s in the back of the Travis Marina, up the wooden stairs on the 2nd floor, and “Travis Marina” is the only sign you’ll be able to see from the street. If you are using Google Maps to navigate, you can just type in "Presidio Yacht Club" and it will direct you to the correct building. Otherwise, you can type in 600 Sommerville Rd Sausalito, CA 94965 into most GPS units and that will lead you to the correct location.
By popular demand the Mules are returning to the San Francisco Zoo. There have been rumors of crowds of children crying in front of the empty mule cage, vacant since our Zoo appearance back in July. Other stories suggest that the anteater took a shine to Jimbo and pulled some strings with the zookeeper to get us back. But however it happened, the Mules will return this Saturday from 11 to 2. A day at the zoo is always fun for the whole family. Add a Miracle Mule show to the mix & it’s even way funner! So come join us for a day of lions, tigers & Mules — oh my! Just remember to obey the signs: Do NOT feed the Mules! [But beer is cool.]
We’ll be performing near the South America exhibit and the Little Puffer Train Station. Here’s a map to help you find “the Mule Exhibit:”
The Mules are happy to be back at the Clif Family Winery Tasting Room in St. Helena. We’ll be joining them for the 9th(!) consecutive year to help celebrate their harvest and release of their 2016 Howell Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon wines. It’s one of our funnest shows of the year so come dance the night away under the harvest moon. And hopefully artist William Callnan III will be there again to outline one of his masterpieces, enlist foks to help finish it and auction off the finished product to a lucky attendee. Last year he outdid himself with this magnum opus entitled “Harvest Mule.”
709 Main St., St. Helena. Purchase tickets.
It’s the annual Lions Club Classic Car Show, with everything from Model T’s to hot rods to muscle cars — plus barbecued oysters, Silberman’s ice cream and of course the Swampy Tonk stylings of Miracle Mule, back for our 4th consecutive year. [No word yet on whether Geoff will be entering his cherry red convertible.] Join us at 575 Miller Creek Rd.
Spring Release! Wine & Lobster
Date: Saturday, May 4, 2019
Members & VIP Reception: 5:30-6:30 pm
General Admission: 6:30 - 9 pm
Music: Time TBD
Join Priest Ranch Winery in celebrating their spring releases. Members and VIP reception will begin at 5:30 with Winemaker Craig Becker exploring new releases and small bites to complement each one. Then at 6:30 it will be time to tie the bibs and prepare yourself for an overflowing table with fresh Maine lobsters, prawns, corn, garlic, artichokes, onions, red potatoes, fresh sourdough baguettes, and drawn butter. New releases will be served alongside dinner and into the evening with a live music performance by Miracle Mule following the meal.
The Mules will be back at the Jacuzzi Family Winery for their 3rd consecutive Wine Country Carnival. Featuring games, silent auction, delicious food and, of course, great wine, the Carnival is a benefit for UCP of the North Bay. The event supports UCP recreational programs, which allow children and adults with disabilities to experience new opportunities, build self-esteem, and further their independence. The Mules are happy to be a part of this event again and to support this worthwhile cause. Tickets are available here.