The Subdudes: Miracle Mule

After an eight-year break, The Subdudes have returned with "Miracle Mule" and have never sounded as heartfelt or soulful. The band, known for its New Orleans grooves and earthy singing, has returned with a CD that adds gospel sentiment, sweet doo-wop harmonies and crisp songwriting tempered by just enough whimsy. This profile features singer and keys player John Magnie.
Miracle Mule
Released: 4/20/2004
Label: Back Porch
Genre: Americana
All The Subdudes profiles…
They’re Back
The Subdudes are back, better than ever, with a slightly different line-up.
Recorded Live
The band recorded everything live – vocals, instruments, drums – and it works.
Faith and Grace
"Known to Touch Me" and "The Rain" are two songs about faith and grace.
Brightest Star
John Magnie says a little childhood wonder can often cure adult depression.
The Miracle Mule
The curious influence of Mississippi and one horse-racing fanatic on the CD.
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