Always entertaining and definitely unique, the Mudmen are a blast of Celtic energy whose members are known to be characters both on and off the stage. Enjoy an all-ages evening of Celtic music & stories from Canada's Celtic Rock Warriors. First discovered in 1993 as the Campbell Brothers Sandy & Rob signed a record deal with EMI Records changing their name to Mudmen in 1998.Mudmen have had music featured on Xbox and PlayStation video games, NBC'S television show The Black Donnelly's, WWE Wrestling, 6 Don Cherry Rock'em Sock'em hockey dvd's, HBO'S Shameless, HNIC Coach's Corner, 6 music videos on Much Music reaching #19 on the Edge Radio countdown.
In 2008 Sandy & Rob Campbell performed on the new Hockey Night in Canada hockey anthem produced by Rock Icon Bob Rock where Ron MacLean said televised "Mudmen: we love'em". This led to many opportunities including a 3-month tour with Johnny Reid where The Campbell Brothers were featured on his dvd,his PBS special with a performance at the Canadian Country Music Awards.
Career highlight's include meeting & performing for the Queen, performing at the televised Edmonton Oilers Calgary Flames home opening ceremonies, a performance at the 84 Edmonton Oilers Stanley cup re-union televised, 7 Grey Cup fan-fests,3 memorial Cups, a guest performance on Bob & Doug Mackenzie's TWO FOUR CBC anniversary special, the Leaf Bruins game, 3 Briers, 12 Canada's walk of fame ceremonies, opening up for ZZ Top, The Guess Who, Kim Mitchell, The Irish Rovers, Gord Bamford, Dean Brody to name a few
With 10 CDs, over 3000 shows to date, festivals and concert performance in 7 countries Mudmen are building a Legion of fans from young to old. Sandy Campbell, Robby Campbell, Colin Amey, Jordon Brosseau, Alex Showdra and Andy Gingerich believe that nice guys can finish first while enjoying life and what you do translating to audiences.
Mudmen roll into Fergus at the Grand Theatre Friday December 3rd. You won't want to miss this show. Come out and support indie bands and local music! For more information on Mudmen visit www.mudmen.ca