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Celtic rock warriors The Mudmen visit the Coulson this Saturday

Show presented by Sudbury Performance Group
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They were found in 1993 by EMI Records when they were initially known as “The Campbell Brothers."

Canadian Celtic rock warriors The Mudmen are coming to Sudbury this weekend for a fun night of music. 

The band brings the energy when it comes to their unique sound on stage. They were found in 1993 by EMI Records when they were initially known as “The Campbell Brothers.”

After they signed a record deal, they became formally known as The Mudmen in 1998, and they will be celebrating their 25th anniversary in 2023. 

The Mudmen are comprised of six members: Robby Campbell, Sandy Campbell, Colin Amey, Jordon Brosseau, Andy Gingerich and Alex Showdra.

Their music has been featured on a variety of video games and TV shows, and six of their music videos were played on Much Music. 

They reached the top 20 countdown on 102.1 The Edge radio in Toronto Ontario and in 2008 they were asked to perform on the “Hockey Night in Canada” theme song. The theme song was produced by a Canadian music producer, Bob Rock. 

Through the grand opportunity the band has been able to go on tour, as well as performing at the Canadian Country Music Awards. 

To check out their show, which is being presented by Sudbury Performance Group this Saturday, May 14, please click here to purchase tickets. Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the entrance of the Coulson Entertainment Centre. Show starts at 7 p.m.