About Butch Mudbone & the Wolfpack
Whether solo or with his four-piece band, Butch Mudbone is the real deal when it comes to blues. A Seneca Indian from Allegany, NY, Mudbone now lives in Memphis and travels the world playing at festivals and clubs.
A favorite at some of the world's most prestigious festivals — New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, Monterey Jazz Fest, Delta Blues Festival, King Biscuit Festival, B.B. King Homecoming Festival, and many more — Mudbone combines soul-stirring, raspy vocals with great skill on guitar and harmonica. And with the Wolfpack, the full-on blues sound is just magnified.
He's opened for such luminaries as B.B. King, James Brown, John Lee Hooker, and Johnny Winter, and he's played throughout the U.S., Canada, and Europe. Closer to home, he often performs with Blind Mississippi Morris and other blues and R&B bands throughout the Mid-South.
Whether he's playing a searing original, a New Orleans favorite, or a sturdy blues classic, you'll get the real Delta feel from Butch Mudbone.