Boogie to Mulehead

This blog post is part of an ongoing series in which I introduce my yankee husband to my favorite things around town.

Hubs had heard me preach about my love of the band Mulehead for quite a while before I moved him to Little Rock. What's not to love? Clever/catchy tunes, witty banter from frontman Kevin Kerby, top notch instrumentation from Brent LaBeau, Geoff Curran and David Raymond…and the dancing. I live a pretty sedentary life, but I can’t help but shake my booty when Mulehead is on stage.

So when I heard they were going to start playing together again, I was pumped. The first chance we got, we headed to the White Water Tavern to see them play. Curt was already a fan of Slobberbone, whose lead singer was opening that night, so it was a no-brainer.

In addition to my old faves (Punk Rock Party, Cheap Red Wine, Crooked Spine, yada yada.), they introduced some new songs that did not disappoint. 

The only downside of the night was some overly-enthusiastic fan who was grinding on the ladies and booty-smacking everyone standing near the stage. To that guy: thanks, dude. You made Curt grumpy so we left before they played Black and White TV.

Unforgivable. 

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