Butch Mudbone

European concerts

• France: Antibes, Cannes, Grenoble, Lyon, Marseilles, Nice & Paris
• Germany: Cologne (Koln) & Heidelberg
• Italy: Allesandria, Genoa, Sale & Turin
• The Netherlands (Holland): Amsterdam, Arnhem, Dordretch &Haarlem
• Switzerland: Montreux & Zurich United Czech Republic: Prague

North American concerts

• Canada: Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg, Regina, Calgary & Vancouver
• New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival (28 years)
• Monterey Jazz Festival (with Johnny Otis Review)
• Hollywood Blues Festival (with Margie Evans)
• Ojai Blues Festival (solo & backed up the Pontiax)
• Tucson Blues Festival (with Margie Evans)
• New Orleans First Annual Po Boy Blues Festival
• Delta Blues Festival, Greenville, Mississippi
• Memphis Blues Festival
• B.B. King Homecoming, Indianola, Mississippi

Opening act for major blues & R&B/Funk artists

B.B. King, James Brown, James Cotton, John Lee Hooker, Buddy Miles, A.C. Reed, Son Seals, Buffy St. Marie & Johnn Winter

Sideman with major blues artists

James Booker, Uncle Bill Crawford, Pee Wee Crayton, Bo Diddley, Margie Evans, John Lee Hooker, Deacon John, Earl King, The Dixie Kups, Furry Lewis, Professor Long Hair, Percy Mayfield, Charles Neville, Johnny Otis, Shuggie Otis, Sunnyland Slim, George Harmonica Smith, Babe Stovall, Big Mama Thornton, Big Joe Turner, Joe Louis Walker, Smokey Wilson & Phillip Walke


• "911 Blues from the Delta" (with Isaac Hayes & Albert
• "The Midnite Special" (with the Canaligators) [nationwide
• CBS Contemporary Art Center New Orleans (with Charles Neville & The Wild Tchoupitoulas) [nationwide USA]
• Quaker Oats Granola Bar commercial [nationwide USA]
• KAL, Korean Airlines Commercial [Asian TV]
• Jack Barry Production [Los Angeles area cable]


• "Cocaine Blues" [documentary- Barbour/Langley
• "Venice, America" [documentary- African Family Films]
• "Living the Blues" [documentary- African Family Films]


• VPRO Radio (Holland/The Netherlands)
• KCRW (Santa Monica)
• KFAT (Palo Alto)
• KPFK (Los Angeles) with Cash McCall
• KUNM (Albuquerque)
• KUSB (Santa Barbara) with Greg Drust
• WEVL (Memphis)


• "Down in Louisiana" (Luke Fontana Productions)
• "Electric Bill" (with Willie Dixon and Uncle Bill Crawford)
• "Mean 'N Blue" (with Uncle Bill Crawford)
• "Mo Fo' Da Bone" and "What It Is To Have The Blues"
(produced in Germany and Sweden independently)
• "My Love Is Dangerous" (on cassette and CD)
• "Closer 2 Da Bone"

• "End of the Trail"