In 2008 the Campbell Brothers were asked to perform on the new "Hockey Night in Canada" theme song produced by the iconic Canadian music producer, Bob Rock, where Ron MacLean said to the nation.. "Mudmen we love em!!" This led to many opportunities including a 3 month tour with Johnny Reid where the Campbell Brothers were featured on a PBS special/DVD, and a performance at the Canadian Country Music awards. The Mudmen/Campbell Brothers have appeared twice on the nationally televised Canada Day celebrations from Capital Hill, where they performed and shook hands with the Queen! They have also performed at the Edmonton Oilers & Calgary Flames home opening game ceremonies on CBC, and performed at The 1984 Oilers Stanley Cup Gala Reunion with Wayne Gretzky and the whole team present along with Sarah McLaughlin and Red Ryder on the card. With over 3000 shows to date, The Mudmen: Robby & Sandy Campbell, Colin Amey, Andy Gingerich, Alex Showdra & Emmett Glancie believe that nice guys can finish first, while enjoying life & what you do translates to all audiences.
The Mudmen are building a legion of fans from young to old with career highlights such as 12 Canada Walk of Fame Ceremonies, a Leaf/Bruins Game at The Air Canada Centre, opening for legends like ZZ Top & The Guess Who, 7 Grey Cup parties, 2 televised Special Olympic ceremonies, 3 Brier Curling events, 4 IPA plowing matches, 2 Men's IHHF World Hockey tournaments, 3 Memorial Cups, 6 Molson Canadian Snowjams, over 40 cross headlining Canadian tours, festival's across Canada, America & Europe including a very special performance at TSN's "For the Love of The Game" Canadian gold ring presentation with Sidney Crosby present. It has been said to describe Canada's Celtic Rock Warriors in one word one would say fun!
Colin Amey- Lead Vocals & Acoustic Guitar
Sandy Campbell-Bagpipes & Stage Banter
Andy Gingerich- Drums & Percussion
Alex Showdra- Electric Guitar & Banjo ,Back Up Vocals
Emmett Glancie - Bass Guitar,Back up Vocals