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… the kind of band that gets an audience moving.

- Domenic Forcella of WFCS 107.7 (Stamford, CT)


…the alternative to alternative. Seldom does a band have this much fun playing music. The idea that a good time should be had by all is pounded out in every note.

- Donald Fetter in Metropolitan Spirit (Augusta, GA)


…dishes out Delta Blues with lots of energy. It’s the live performance that wins the audience.

- Tonya Jameson in Creative Loafing (Charlotte, NC)


…a tremendous slide guitarist, and most of all a God-gifted entertainer. I have witnessed him light up packed houses at the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco, at the Irving Plaza in New York, to open air concerts in front of 10,000 folks in Lugano, Switzerland, to sitting on a curb in San Jose, Costa Rica entertaining dozens of young kids. Mud is born to make people smile and enjoy life.

- Tim Duffy of Music Maker Relief Foundation (Hillsborough, NC)


Born on the banks of the Mississippi River and raised in Georgia, Mudcat began engaging audiences while traveling and busking on the streets. He connected with and entertained folks in New York, New Orleans, Austin and San Antonio, where his incredible vocals and guitar playing kept people mesmerized. After leaving the National Shakespeare Conservatory in New York, he started playing music full-time, finally settling back home in the Deep South in Atlanta.From these humble beginnings, Mudcat has grown an incredible following of fans and friends throughout the world. He introduces audiences to a diverse array of Southern music, including gospel, delta and piedmont blues, Cajun, Americana, and country.

Whether performing solo on a stage or moving easily through crowds with his fantastic band backing him,

Mudcat is a one-of-a-kind entertainer and showman.


Mudcat often plays a 1962 Gibson LG-O, but can also be seen with a 1960s Kay, 1970s National Dobro,

and 2004 Ibanez hollow body.


For Booking: Daniel Dudeck / ToMudcat@mudcatblues.com / 404-872-6174








Blues sur Seine (France)

Blues Estival de Noyon (France)

Cognac Blues Passions (France)

Jazz Festival Prague (Czech Republic)

Villa Nova de Gaya (Portugal)
Bitonto Blues Festival (Italy)

Katapulta Music Fest (Italy)

Lucerne Blues Festival (Switzerland)

Blues to Bop (Switzerland)

Luxembourg Blues Festival (Luxembourg)

Taj Mahal’s Fishin’ Blues (Costa Rica)

Ottawa Blues Festival (Canada)

Chicago Blues Festival

Kansas City Blues Festival

Congressional Blues Festival

Roots 'N Blues 'N BBQ Festival

Piccolo Spoleto Festival

Legendary Rhythm & Blues Cruise

Freedom Creek Blues Festival

Blind Willie McTell Blues Festival



Worldwide Mud (1996)

Mud, Sweat and Beers (1999)

Mo’ Better Chicken (2000)

Kickin’ Chicken (2003)

I’ll Be Young Once Too (2005)

The Mess is On (2006)

The Pressure/Cold Rainy Day 10” (2006)

Get Your House in Order (2007)

Freedom Creek (2009)

American Idle (2011)

Chicken and Gin (2012)

You Better Mind (2014)




Georgia Music Hall of Fame – Blues Came to Georgia

Neal Pattman – Prison Blues

Beverly “Guitar” Watkins – Back in Business

Cootie Stark – Sugar Man

Music Maker Relief Foundation – Treasure Box

Music Maker Relief Foundation – Blues, Sweet Blues

Dixie Frog – Music Maker Relief Foundation (France)

Music Featured in HBO Documentary “Cathouse”