Muleskinner Stomp San Francisco, California
Price USD 600 - 5000
Genres:
Country
Can perform at this events:
Weddings Birthdays VIP Event Festival Engagement Party Bar Private Party Company Family Events Others

About Us.

Muleskinner Stomp brings a rock band's energy to it's own unique brand of 21st century bluegrass. Big on tight harmonies and fast tempos, we play with energy, authority, and above all – a sense of fun.



In addition to traditional bluegrass, we incorporate many musical styles from other genres including rock and roll, country, and singer-songwriter. We are four musicians who love to perform, and audiences just seem to appreciate us. We come with guitars blazing: our enthusiasm and high energy will be obvious.

What you can expect from us

Professionalism is paramount to this band. You will be hiring a band that shows up on time and dresses impeccably in our white shirts and black ties. We are serious about our music and this is clear in our craft. Band members C.V reads like a who’s who in Bay Area bluegrass: we come from legendary bands such as Beauty Operators, Nobody From Nashville, Rusty Springfield, and Byron Station. Our instrumentation includes guitar, bass, mandolin, and dobro. We perform in the greater San Francisco Bay Area and Northern California. We perform work from artists such as Bill Monroe, Old Crow Medicine Show, Gillian Welch, Tim O'Brien, Justin Townes Earle, Billy Strings, 3 Tall Pines, Dwight Yokam, Jimmy Martin, and the Rolling Stones. 

Notes

We do a lot of corporate events, weddings, and parties. We are easy to deal with: we are flexible when it comes to working with the details of your event. We show up on time and deliver a powerful show.

We are a bluegrass band, but we cover a lot of ground that is outside the lines of traditional bluegrass. Americana is where our heart is: we are taking bluegrass to a new dimension.

Songs (singles)

# play Title Genre
1
Unwanted Love
Country
2
Swannannoa Tunnel
Country
3
Stillhouse Road
Country
4
Hit Parade of Love
Country
5
Dust in a Baggie
Country