Sameday Ray (acoustic guitar and vocals)
Les Graham (resonator slide guitar and vocals)
Rob “Bango” Urquhart (lead vocals & harp)

New EP, One Fine Day, to be released online soon!
Currently available only at Ric’s Recollections,
257 Lakeshore Rd E, Port Credit, ON

All Night Mule is a semi-acoustic Blues trio based in Southern Ontario. Long time veterans of the Blues/Roots scene, all three are members of Loco Zydeco, one of Canada’s premier Zydeco bands. Their set lists rely heavily on original and contemporary Blues legends, Blues-ified takes on popular Rockabilly &
Classic Rock tunes and their own growing repertoire of original compositions.

Heartfelt and simple arrangements have made them fan favourites on the festival and club circuit. On their latest release, they are joined by rubboard/percussionist Kristine KK Walsh (Loco Zydeco, Cheryl Lescom & the Tucson Choir Boys) & lead guitarist Robert Reid
(Cheryl Lescom & the Tucson Choir Boys.) All Night Mule released their self-titled, seven song debut with Squirrel Head Music in December, 2013 and in May, 2017, their nine song, all original second album, “You Go Out Like You Came In.”

Their latest EP, One Fine Day, featuring six new original songs, is
complete and pressed and will be digitally released in the Fall of ’22.

Love In Vain - Robert Johnson
I Ain't Superstitious -
Howlin' Wolf
Crosscut Saw -
Albert King
John The Revelator -
Blind Willie Johnson
Flip Flop & Fly -
Big Joe Turner
Baby Please Don't Go -
Big Joe Williams
Got My Mojo Workin’ -
Muddy Waters
Little Red Rooster -
Willie Dixon
I Done Somebody Wrong -
Elmore James
Mystery Train -
Junior Parker
Hi Heel Sneakers -
Pinetop Perkins
Teeny Weeny Bit -
James Cotton
That's Alright Mama -
Elvis Presley
Memphis Tennessee -
Johnny Rivers
Summertime Blues -
Eddie Cochran
Blue Suede Shoes -
Carl Perkins
I Gotta Move -
The Kinks
In The Summertime -
Mungo Jerry
Heroes -
David Bowie Knockin' On Heaven's Door - Bob Dylan
Jesus Just Left Chicago -
ZZ Top
Call Me The Breeze -
Lynyrd Skynyrd
Statesboro Blues
- The Allman Brothers Band
Have You Ever Seen The Rain -
Creedence Clearwater Revival 
Use Me -
Bill Withers