‘Power Blue Grass Trio’ Brother Mule Plays Sunday

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As part of the continuing KMXT Concert Series, we are bringing to town "Brother Mule," a self-described "blue grass power trio."

Brother Mule will be performing Sunday at 7 p.m. in El Chi’s. Tickets are available there, at The Treasury on the Mall and at the KMXT studios, where special family-priced packages are also available.

(Brother Mule 1 34 sec "There should be a better story … anything in particular.")

Joining Winship in the trio is fiddle player Brian Wicklund and stand up bass player Eric Thorin (two-REEN). The band members all live in different towns, and get together to record or tour. The band does not have a guitarist:

(Brother Mule 2 47 sec "Actually it’s very unusual … what each one of us is doing.")

The members of Brother Mule will be conducting a workshop for aspiring musicians on Monday. Winship says Alaska appears to be a hotbed for growing young bluegrass players:

(Brother Mule 3 45 sec "What I’ve experienced … community music.")

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