Canada’s Celtic Rock Warriors return to Port Perry
SCUGOG: Red Plaid Productions Presents Mudmen in Concert at the historic Port Perry Town Hall 1873 Theatre Friday, January 11th for an all ages family friendly evening of Celtic music and stories. The Mudmen Canada’s Celtic Rock Warriors are no strangers to the area with full house’s the last four years in a row, an annual January tradition. “Port Perry has been very good to us.” said Robby Campbell, “We will be playing some new material and possibly some old songs that should be on our next Mudmen CD.” The Mudmen’s music has been in every household in Canada, on television or radio. Their career highlights include meeting and performing for the Queen, reaching 19th on the edge radio, six music videos on Much Music, performances at the Edmonton opener on CBC, The Edmonton Oilers 84 Stanley Cup re-union with Wayne Gretzky, Sarah McLaughlin and full team on Sportsnet, the Canadian Country Music Awards (CCMA’s) with Johnny Reid on CMT, guest performance on the Mackenzie Brothers TWO-Four Special on the CBC ,performance at the TSN LOve of the game Olympic ring ceremony with music featured on 7 Don Cherry DVD’s, Coach’s Corner, WWE Wrestling, HBO’S Shameless, NBC’S The Black Donnelly’s with songs on the popular EA sports games burnout 3 and ATV vs Offroad. They have been blessed to play on some of Canada’s biggest stages and events such as the ET Canada new years bash, seven Grey Cups, three Memorial cups, the IIHF hockey Tournament, the lighting of the CN Tower with Colm Wilkinson, 12 Canada’s Walk of Fame ceremonies. “But the small towns have kept us alive and have really supported us. We’re working on a few new projects and some old ones, were a little behind the gun,” laughs Campbell “but expect some new music, a book/DVD and some re-releases from Mudmen and the Campbell brothers in the near future.” Tickets are $28 for adults and $25 for seniors and youth. You can purchase your tickets at the Town Hall 1873 box office by phone at 905-985-8181, online at www.townhall1873.ca and at the door. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the showtime is at 8 p.m. With over 3000 shows to date Ron MacLean loves them, you should too! For more information about the Mudmen visit www.mudmen.ca.