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Got cabin fever? You’re not alone. Fortunately, help is on the way. Guitarist and vocalist Hugh Pool’s Cabin Fever tour will touch down at the home of James Walker in Suttons Bay on Tuesday, Feb. 20. “WNMC has sponsored (concerts) and Mulebone played at (his) house. We’ve become friends,” says Pool. Mulebone is the bluesy duo with Pool and wind player John Ragusa, which has performed in northern Michigan numerous times. He and Ragusa still work together, and Pool is also part of an electric trio that plays in the New York area. This is simply a chance to play some dates that showcase a different side of his musicality. Pool also performed at Common Good Bakery in Traverse City and Peninsula Township Library.

Lake Street Studio stage will welcome Mulebone for a blues concert on Wednesday, July 14, at 8 pm—the first in a series of concerts this summer.

The blues duo Mulebone returns to the Manitou Music Festival (MMF) stage on Sunday, July 15, at 8 pm. Mulebone brings inventive instrumental know-how and expressive blues that evoke the Mississippi Delta to Studio Stage at 6023 S. Lake St. behind Lake Street Studios.

The Glen Arbor Art Association (GAAA) welcomes the blues duo Mulebone back to its Manitou Music Festival Studio Stage on Sunday, July 16, 8 p.m. Studio Stage is located behind Lake Street Studios, 6023 S. Lake St., Glen Arbor.

The Manitou Music Festival is pleased to welcome back Mulebone on Sunday, July 20 at the Lake Street Studio Stage in Glen Arbor. Mulebone is a partnership comprised of multi-instrumentalist, John Ragusa and roots music specialist, Hugh Pool. The launching pad for their musical expression is traditional blues. Hugh and John play slide guitar boogies, up-tempo rags, and country blues of all shapes and colors. Sometimes they play close to the source, as if tracing the image, and at other moments they take a new look, as if understanding their home from a distant land.

On Sunday, July 21 at 8 p.m. the blues duo Mulebone will perform outdoors at Studio Stage, located at Lake Street Studios in Glen Arbor, as part of the Glen Arbor Art Association’s Manitou Music Festival. The rain location is the Glen Arbor Town Hall. The festival is celebrating its 23rd season of jazz, classical, blues, folk, country, celtic, bluegrass and world music on the Leelanau Peninsula.

The Manitou Music Festival is celebrating its 22nd season of diverse concerts featuring jazz, classical, blues, folk, country, celtic, bluegrass and world music in some of Michigan’s most idyllic settings. The festival showcases regionally and nationally known artists performing in beautiful Glen Arbor.

Celebrating its 21st season in the beautiful Leelanau Peninsula, the Manitou Music Festival presents another lineup of exciting and diverse concerts featuring: jazz, classical, blues, folk, country, celtic, bluegrass and world music in some of Michigan’s most idyllic settings. The Festival showcases regionally and nationally known artists performing in Glen Arbor.