The Muleskinner Band has
been providing quality bluegrass, gospel, and traditional acoustic music to audiences in a
three state area since 1985. Tight harmony, upbeat humor, excellent musicianship, and good
pacing make a Muleskinner performance perfect for a wide range of audiences in a wide
range of settings.
A Muleskinner performance
includes banjo, mandolin, stand-up or electric bass, and guitar. They can provide either a
traditional stage show or a strolling acoustic presentation.
Bands track record includes the recording of six albums, two appearances on the The
Nashville Network (TNN), and appearances at numerous fairs, festivals, craft shows, and
family events throughout Ohio, including appearances at the Ohio State Fair and the State
Capitol rededication in July 1995. They have played back up for Margo Smith and have
opened for Diamond Rio, Jeff Carson, the Reno Brothers, Lost and Found, Collin Raye, and