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Campbell Bros News.

Mudmen returned to action Saturday  Aug 29 at the Oxford Movie  Drive in Summer Concert series in Woodstock Ontario  and at The Stevenson Farms Alliston Ontario  Sept 4 & 5 for 3 Drive Inn Movie Live Concert shows. Tixs available at Ticketwindow & Stevensonfarms.com

September 2020 Festivals and concerts due to the Covid 19 have been postponed and or cancelled check the mudmen.ca or campbellbrothers.ca event page for show info.

January 2020 The Campbell Brothers receive a bagpipe drone reed endorsement deal with Aukland Drone Reeds out of  Montreal Quebec

February 2020 Mudpiper Records re-released The Campbell Brothers trad instrumental cd “The Side Door” available for purchase at Live shows and online contact email robbypiper@hotmail.com

2020 The Campbell Brothers Band Mudmen open up the year right with SOLD OUT shows in Peterborough, St.Marys, London & Dundas Ontario

Feb 2020 The Mudmen have started pre- production for their 10th studio cd  “Farmers Tan” to be released in 2020 after Covid 19  is cured and were back playing live shows in halls to full capacities.

The Campbell Brother’s band Mudmen were chosen 1 out of only 6 acts world wide to represent North America at the Celtic Media Festival in Aviemore Scotland  to propose their  possible documentary  for a tv show Grant. Unfortunately they  lost to the hometown submission “finding Nessie”.

Aug 14 2019 Mudmen shared the stage with Canada’s Polka King the living legend Walter Ostanek in London Ontario

June 30 2019 Mudmen opened up for  Canadian legendary Rockers Loverboy at the Festival Of Nations June 30 in Chatham Ontario

May 14 2019 Mudmen performed with Suzie McNeil at the Special Olympics opening ceremony on TSN 2 in Toronto Ontario

2019 Mudmen continue to WOW crowds with SOLD OUT shows  Peterborough, St.Marys, St.Thomas,Walkerton, Owen Sound,Alliston, London, Ailsa Craig, Kingsville  etc

The Campbell Brothers Celtic Rock  Band Mudmen’s 9th studio CD “Old Plaid Shirt” is out now and is selling well! Purchase the physical copy here, or at any live events. Old Plaid Shirt is  available for sale on at cd baby,i-tunes,spotify etc . Remember wear your Old Plaid Shirt to The Mudmen Concert to show support and check back often to see if the Mudmen’s 20th Anniversary Tour will be rolling through your town or city. Tell your mayor or local festival organizer to bring Mudmen to your town, village or city.

The Campbell Brothers career highlights include Meeting & performing for The Queen, 12 Canada’s Walk of Fame Ceremonies,  music featured on WWE Wrestling,AE Sports Games, The Mackenzie Brothers TWO-FOUR CBC Special, Don Cherry’s Rock’em Sock’em dvd’s 9,19,20,21,24,27,29,The 84 Edmonton Oilers Re-union with Wayne Gretzky & Full team , The Oilers/Flames game opening ceremony CBC  & recorded the CBC Hockey Night in Canada Anthem where Ron MacLean ” Mudmen we love em”

The Campbell Brothers of Mudmen are currently working on a autobiography book  “20  Plus Years In The Mud”and DVD Documentary on the storied life of the Mudmen/Campbell Brothers. Book and  documentary release date unknown.

The Campbell Brothers are the founding members of Mudmen

The Campbell Brothers & their Band Mudmen have performed  over  3000 shows to date.

The Campbell Brothers /Mudmen  are available for corporate/public speaking /musical  performances former clients include Coca-Cola,LCBO, Weedman, Walmart, American Standard

2018 The Mudmen celebrated their 20th Anniversary

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  • Robby Campbell
  • Sandy Campbell

“With a Couple of my Pals Rob & Campbell”

Ron McLean (Hockey Night in Canada)

“The Only Pipers with the audacity to front their own band”

(Kitchener Record)

“Rob & Sandy Campbell are national treasures”

J.Warmington ( Toronto Sun)