So here it is. We know its taken us a minute to get it posted. But when you wait for it, it makes it that much sweeter. But when you finally get a Mule to sit down and talk, its good. So listen to the interview and the tracks and get a hearty chuckle. You can snag it off of Itunes as well.
Our friends over at Twangville have created a super rad desktop wallpaper for download (small version shown above) that was inspired by Wrinkle Neck Mules jam, “Catfish and Color TV”. Along with the desktop download, they are giving away a few copies collector’s edition of Let the Lead Fly. Contest ends November 24, so head over there and check it out.
We have been a bit behind on giving you guys news to chew on, pass on as rumors, etc. Our slack hasn’t been from lack of news to be sure, but more from a lack of having enough hands to get it all done. But here it is. Eat it up. And hopefully, Tuesday, News Day will be back in its regular rotation soon.
Chris Unck and the Black Roses show dates start soon. The band rolls out of Atlanta tomorrow bound for a lovelier land. PA, CT, NYC, be on the lookout. Dates are listed on the calendar page or over at their Myspace page. These shows should be unreal, so don’t miss it. We wish we were going!!
Night Driving is working diligently on their new record and we are so stoked out releasing it. This will definitely be their best work so far. We are sure of it. If you want to get a taste of what they have been working on, come out to one of their many shows coming up. This Saturday, Nov. 21, they will be doing a little intimate gig at Kavarna in Decatur. Those shows are always a treat. On Nov. 28, they will be over at Smith’s Olde Bar in the Atlanta Room with good friend Jeremy Ezell. This will surely be a nice break from the turkey extravaganzas that you all will be having. And December 8 at the Earl they will be playing with the Preakness and Land of Talk. You have several opportunities to get out there and listen to a new jam or 10 from the band.
Let the Lead Fly has been out for a minute now and you guys are loving it. The Mules are very proud of the album and we are as well. We will be posting the AmericanaRoots.com podcast this week for you guys to devour. Interviews with Andy are always entertaining. Stay tuned for that! And if you haven’t snagged Let the Lead Fly, you better!
next stop, Philly. Everyone is excited about the boys very own Thanksgiving jaunt up to NYC and back. Check out the dates below. This should be a killer little extravaganza, so if you are in the area or feel like a road trip, head on out.
11/20: Philadelphia, PA @ Lickety Split
11/21: New Haven, CT @ Anna Liffey’s
11/22: Williamsburg Brooklyn, NY @ The Trash Bar
11/23: New York City, NY @ Angels and Kings
11/24: Brooklyn, NY @ Knitting Factory
Go hear Ridiculous!! Ridiculous!! live people. Let us know how it sounds. We know it will be good.
Wrinkle Neck Mules seem to be all over the place these days, talking Let the Lead Fly and various other things. We are going to do our best to post reviews, interviews, podcasts, giveaways, etc. from various places for you guys to get in on. First up, an interview with AmericanaRoots.com that Andy, one of the lead singers of Wrinkle Neck Mules, did that is pretty entertaining. If you want to hear about whacked out hunting trips and airbags blowing up, you should take a listen. You can stream it here or grab it off Itunes here. If you aren’t a follower of AmericanaRoots.com, you are missing out. These guys are one of the leaders in alt-country, bluegrass, etc. news. They team up with NoDepression.com to do the Americana Spotlight each week and its always topnotch. Take a listen to the interview and don’t forget to visit AmericanaRoots.com