Blind Mule are BACK!!

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Hey Folks,

Blind Mule called it a day last year after 7 years of touring, playing festivals and lots of shows with some great acts, and I guess the 7 year itch caught up to us, as members were having babies, and life in general was just getting really fast paced and taking new direction for all of us, so we decided to take an indefinite hiatus, with no idea if we would ever play again.

An offer came in from Mark Wilson of Come Together Music Festival for us to play during the Labour Day weekend on Sat, Sept 5, and all the guys said sure, lets play a reunion show and then go back to our lives, but after a really good couple practices, we decided to give it another go, and play some more shows and finally work on putting out a professional album in 2016.

Our hometown comeback show is Thurs, Oct 22 at This Ain’t Hollywood, so we hope to see you all there for some dancing fun, and we are supporting a double CD Release show for Jenny Ritter and David Newberry, hope to see you there!!

Blind Mule is calling it quits, but not before their last 7 shows!!

Hey Folks,

After 7 years of touring, playing festivals, and countless new members coming and going, Blind Mule is calling it quits, but not before they play their last 7 shows, to give their fans some fun times on the dance floor.

Below are the final dates for Blind Mule, hope you can make it out to give the guys a good farewell, before they start new musical projects, or focus more of their time on their other musical projects.

Sat, Mar 15 – Norfolk Tavern – Port Dover, ON
Sat, Mar 29 – Zanders – Brantford, ON
Fri, Apr 11 – Two Doors Down – Brantford, ON
Fri, May 2 – Paddy Flaherty’s – Sarnia, ON
Sat, May 3 – Sealed Art – Hamilton, ON
May 16-18 – Come Together Music Festival – Durham, ON
Sat, May 31 – Clarkson Pub – Barrie, ON

They want to thank all of the talent buyers that helped them out along the way, all of the festivals that made them feel like superstars, all of the past members in the band that helped make the last 7 years a fun roller coaster ride of an experience, and most importantly, all of the fans and friends who brought the energy to each show, to help bring the band to life, and they are hoping you will all make it out to one of their last shows, before it is time for a new beginning.

Don’t miss Blind Mule at the “Gentlemen of the Road” Festival!!


Hello Folks,

Blind Mule is stoked to be opening the Norfolk Stage as part of the “Gentlemen of the Road” Festival, which includes some amazing acts on all 4 stages, check out the line-up, and strategically mark down who you want to see and when, but if you’re around, don’t forget to mark down Blind Mule to help start your day off on a natural high,
starting at 12:15pm, hope to see you there!!



Main Stage (Norfolk County Fairgrounds):
Edward Sharpe And The Magnetic Zeros
Dan Mangan
Willy Mason

Norfolk Stage (at Norfolk St. and Robinson St.):
12:15-1:15 Blind Mule
1:45-2:45 Reuben & the Dark
3:15-4:15 Sam Cash
4:45-5:45 The Treasures
6:15-7:15 The Good Hunters
7:45-8:45 Ladies of the Canyon

Governor Simcoe Stage (at Peel St. and Kent St.):
12:30-1:30 Sam Cash
2:00-3:00 Atkinson Brothers
3:30-4:30 Ladies of the Canyon
5:00-6:00 Reuben & the Dark
6:30-7:30 The Treasures
8:00-9:00 The Good Hunters

Summer Garden Stage (at Blue Elephant/ Water St. and Norfolk St.):
12:00-1:00 Duane Rutter
1:30-2:30 The Schotts
3:00-4:00 Cindy Dell
4:30-5:30 James Atkinson
6:00-7:00 Felicia McMinn
7:30-8:30 Rachel Heart


Main Stage: (Norfolk County Fairgrounds)
Yacht Club DJs
Mumford & Sons
Old Crow Medicine Show
Hey Rosetta!
The Walkmen
The Vaccines
Justin Townes Earle
Bear’s Den

Governor Simcoe Stage (at Peel St. and Kent St.):
12:30-1:30 Diesel Dog
2:00-3:00 Meanwood
3:30-4:30 Michael Rault
5:00-6:00 Stray Feathers
6:30-7:30 Tim Chaission

Norfolk Stage (at Norfolk St. and Robinson St.):
12:15-1:15 Michael Rault
1:45-2:45 Stray Feathers
3:15-4:15 Diesel Dog
4:45-5:45 The Schotts
6:15-7:15 Ghost Town Orchestra

Summer Garden Stage (at Blue Elephant/ Water St. and Norfolk St.):
12:00-1:00 Chad Everett Brown
1:30-2:30 The Schotts
3:00-4:00 Tim Chaisson
4:30-5:30 Felicia McMinn
6:00-7:00 Rachel Heart

Gentlemen of the Road Side Stages Calendar
Gentlemen of the Road Main Stage Calendar

Blind Mule plays a Stompin’ Tom Connors Tribute show TONIGHT!

Hey Folks,

Tonight, Blind Mule are stoked to be participating in the Stompin’ Tom Connors Tribute show, with a bunch of great musicians playing their own renditions of Stompin’ Tom songs, and Stompin’ Tom’s son will be in attendance tonight, which is awesome!!

Putting this all together is Brad Hails of Killin’ Time Band, so below is the info he provided for tonight’s show at the Boston Manor in Burlington, ON.

TONIGHT – Boston Manor – Burlington, ON
“Stompin’ Tom Connors Tribute show”

8:30 – Brad Hails – introductions – Ketchup Song
8:45 – Tim Park – Old Flat Top Guitar, Fire in The Mine
9:00 – Blind Mule – Goodbye Rubber Head, The Man In The Moon is A Newfie
9:15 – Brandon Pascoa – The Happy Hooker
9:20 – Kendall Mitchell – Manitoba, Alberta Rose J
9:30 – Jaret Koop – Margo’s Got the cargo and one other


9:50 – Brad Hails – Sudbury Saturday Night
9:55 – Jonny Goldie – Red River Jane
10:00 – John Fielding – Farewell to Nova Scotia
10:10 – Bradley Harder- Bud The Spud, Move Along
10:25 – Trevor Howard – Jack of many Trades
10:30 – Terra Lightfoot – Tilsonburg
10:40 – Alfie Smith – Lukes Guitar
10:50 – Everyone on stage to sing and play The Hockey Song.

Pay-What-You-Can (minimum $5) / 8pm doors

Proceeds will be donated to the Carpenter Hospice, so please COME ON DOWN and celebrate a great Canadian and help a great cause.

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Blind Mule is playing the Spherical Productions X-mas Party!!

Hey Folks,

Blind Mule is performing alongside some stellar acts, as part of their booking agency’s Annual X-mas Party, and we are stoked to be a part of Spherical Productions and all they have done for us, here are all the details…

FB Event: SP X-mas Party


THE CASBAH – Hamilton, ON
1-1:45am – Engine Empire
12-12:45am – Must Stash Hat
11-11:45pm – Lindy Vopnfjord (Band)
10-10:45pm – Kirby (Band)
9-9:45pm – Blind Mule

12:30-1:15am – Wax Mannequin
11:30-12:15am – Janine Stoll & Paul MacDougall (The Donefors)
10:30-11:15pm – Michelle Titian
9:30-10:15pm – Ghosts of Memphis

$15 or $10 w/ a canned good to help the less fortunate at this time of need,
donating all canned goods to Neighbour 2 Neighbour Food Bank the day after the show

NOTE: The first 50 paying customers will get a 2012/13 Spherical Sampler, as a gift from SP

We really hope all you music lovers can make it out for this musical celebration before we celebrate with family over the holidays!


Blind Mule is nominated for ‘Alt/Country Recording of the Year’ at the Hamilton Music Awards!!

Hey Folks,

Blind Mule has been on quite the roll lately, they recently finished their debut EP, and then had a successful hometown CD Release show at This Ain’t Hollywood in Hamilton on Oct 18, now they are prepping to launch their self/titled EP to College Radio in January 2013, followed by a CD Release Tour in mid-late February throughout Southern Ontario and Quebec, and then a Western Canadian CD Release Tour throughout the summer months, followed by a East Coast CD Release Tour in the fall of 2013, and to top it all off, Blind Mule is up for ‘Alt-country Recording of the Year’ at the Hamilton Music Awards.

Alt/Country Recording of the Year
Blind Mule – Blind Mule
The Good Hunters – Love You Baby
Terra Lightfoot – Terra Lightfoot
Neil W. Young – What Difference Does It Make

You wanna go to the Hamilton Music Awards on Sun, Nov 18 at 6pm: HMA Ticket Info

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