Apr
4
8:00 PM20:00

$20 ($70 - SERIES PACK) PATRICK DAVIS SONGWRITER SERIES

 

WHISKEY JAM WHISKEY PRESENTS:

PATRICK DAVIS' SOUTH CAROLINA SONGWRITERS SERIES AT THE WHITE MULE 

GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS $20; FULL SERIES TICKETS $70

TICKETS $25 DAY OF SHOW 

Lineup:

THURSDAY, APRIL 4: Tim Davis of One Kool Blow, Bobby Houck of The Blue Dogs, and Angie Aparo

THURSDAY, APRIL 11: Brian Conner, Stephen Fiore, and Taylor Nicholson of Atlas Road Crew

THURSDAY, APRIL 18: Danielle Howle, Joal Rush, Josh McCaa, and Lewis Brice

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24: Josh Roberts, Hannah Miller, Jesse Rice, and Yesterday’s Wine with Wyatt Durrette & Levi Lowrey

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Apr
11
8:00 PM20:00

$20 ($70 - SERIES PACK) PATRICK DAVIS SONGWRITER SERIES

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WHISKEY JAM WHISKEY PRESENTS:

PATRICK DAVIS' SOUTH CAROLINA SONGWRITERS SERIES AT THE WHITE MULE 

GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS $20; FULL SERIES TICKETS $70

TICKETS $25 DAY OF SHOW 

Lineup:

THURSDAY, APRIL 4: Tim Davis of One Kool Blow, Bobby Houck of The Blue Dogs, and Angie Aparo

THURSDAY, APRIL 11: Brian Conner, Stephen Fiore, and Taylor Nicholson of Atlas Road Crew

THURSDAY, APRIL 18: Danielle Howle, Joal Rush, Josh McCaa, and Lewis Brice

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24: Josh Roberts, Hannah Miller, Jesse Rice, and Yesterday’s Wine with Wyatt Durrette & Levi Lowrey

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Apr
18
8:00 PM20:00

$20 ($70 - SERIES PACK) PATRICK DAVIS SONGWRITER SERIES

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WHISKEY JAM WHISKEY PRESENTS:

PATRICK DAVIS' SOUTH CAROLINA SONGWRITERS SERIES AT THE WHITE MULE 

GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS $20; FULL SERIES TICKETS $70

TICKETS $25 DAY OF SHOW 

Lineup:

THURSDAY, APRIL 4: Tim Davis of One Kool Blow, Bobby Houck of The Blue Dogs, and Angie Aparo

THURSDAY, APRIL 11: Brian Conner, Stephen Fiore, and Taylor Nicholson of Atlas Road Crew

THURSDAY, APRIL 18: Danielle Howle, Joal Rush, Josh McCaa, and Lewis Brice

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24: Josh Roberts, Hannah Miller, Jesse Rice, and Yesterday’s Wine with Wyatt Durrette & Levi Lowrey



 
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Apr
24
8:00 PM20:00

$20 ($70 - SERIES PACK) PATRICK DAVIS SONGWRITER SERIES

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WHISKEY JAM WHISKEY PRESENTS:

PATRICK DAVIS' SOUTH CAROLINA SONGWRITERS SERIES AT THE WHITE MULE 

GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS $20; FULL SERIES TICKETS $70

TICKETS $25 DAY OF SHOW 

Lineup:

THURSDAY, APRIL 4: Tim Davis of One Kool Blow, Bobby Houck of The Blue Dogs, and Angie Aparo

THURSDAY, APRIL 11: Brian Conner, Stephen Fiore, and Taylor Nicholson of Atlas Road Crew

THURSDAY, APRIL 18: Danielle Howle, Joal Rush, Josh McCaa, and Lewis Brice

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24: Josh Roberts, Hannah Miller, Jesse Rice, and Yesterday’s Wine with Wyatt Durrette & Levi Lowrey


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Mar
16
11:00 AM11:00

$5-$100 - BREAKTHRU SESSIONS AT THE MULE

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The Breakthru Sessions is a day of events, with the primary focus of spotlighting artists coming up in the Columbia music scene.The first of its kind, this pioneering musical experience will bring listeners and artists closer together.

Doors at 1am and music at noon.

All day pint specials.

$5 General Admission at the door all day [ when capacity allows ].

The Breakthru the Mule St. Pats VIP Experience package includes:  

Access to White Mule Concert lineup all day

  • VIP Tent Access

  • Special Acoustic performance by Jared & the Mill

  • Lunch Provided By Hometeam Barbecue 12-3pm

  • Craft Drinks by Josh Streetman (4 drink tokens included)

  • Clean & Private Bathrooms

  • Snacks

  • Drink Specials All Day

(This pass is for White Mule only, does not grant access to festival)

 
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Mar
8
8:00 PM20:00

$25 ($28 DOOR) - MICHAEL GABLICKI W/ DIRK MILLER

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It was 29 years ago that Michael Glabicki dropped out of college to start a band. At that time he had no idea what he was going to do or how to get there. Glabicki spent two years learning how to write songs, and create a vision. Rusted Root was then born.

The multi-platinum band out of Pittsburgh evolved around front-man Michael Glabicki’s distinct sound and grew into a musical entity that has thrived in a non-genre specific category all its own. Rusted Root built their career around dramatic performances; their polyrhythmic, multicultural rock-and-soul picked up fans like a junkyard magnet as they swept across the nation on tour.

In many ways, Glabicki is starting this process all over again. He is challenging himself to write in completely new and different ways to create an entirely new sound landscape. Michael takes all the new songs and old favorites Rusted Root has been performing and performs re-envisioned versions of them in a more intimate setting with Rusted Root’s longtime guitar player and background vocalist, Dirk Miller. A multifaceted musician, producer, and songwriter, Glabicki’s talents are unique and extremely uplifting. His solo tour dates and new music are extensions of his creative talent, and will inspire all those who participate.

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Feb
23
9:00 PM21:00

$8 ($10 DOOR) - TRAE PIERCE AND THE T-STONES

Grammy Award-winning bassist Trae Pierce is leading a wild new musical experience known as Trae Pierce & the T-Stones (TPTS). Defined by hard-edged funk and hip-hop mixed with rock and blues, TPTS has developed a high-energy live show with a modern feel that also recalls the unstoppable grooves of Bootsy Collins: they “wants to funk you up!” Trae is a world-class bassist and four-time Grammy Award-winner (with the legendary Blind Boys of Alabama) who cut his bass chops as a member of The Ohio Players. 

From his Florida home, this bass “monster” has hand-picked a vibrant young group of musicians with limitless energy and extreme talent, and together they’ve been tearing up dance floors throughout the Southeast with a genre-blending twist of funk-rock rhythms that bring out the best in every beat. After sharing the stage with funk powerhouses George Clinton, Parliament Funkadelic, The Revivalists, Yo Mama’s Big Fat Booty Band, The Dirty Dozen Brass Band, and The Main Squeeze among others, TPTS is ready to take their party nationwide, so get ready to experience a night of fun-and-funk, coming soon to a club, college or festival near you.

 
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Feb
22
9:00 PM21:00

$8 ($10 DOS) - THE TRAVELIN' KINE, ASHES OF OLD WAYS (LATE SHOW)

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Psychedelic Weirdness.”
If spoken by anyone other than Slaton Glover, this reference would surely elicit more questions than answers. But given that he and his cohorts in The Travelin’ Kine hold influences like Kris Kristofferson, David Grisman, and Widespread Panic in equally high esteem, hearing the frontman describe the band’s new music in this way, well, makes sense.
Glover started this project four years ago in Charleston, South Carolina, when he committed himself to writing and playing his songs whenever and wherever possible. In those early days, he was backed by a rotating cast of seasoned musicians from the area, but The Travelin’ Kine came together over time, and the definitive lineup coalesced two years ago when guitarist Scottie Frier and bassist Brent Poulson joined up with Glover, mandolinist David Vaughan, harp player Mark Davis, and drummer Jim Donnelly. Since then, they’ve recorded and released their debut album, Change in the Wind; received a few nods from the Charleston City Paper as the city’s favorite Americana band; and hit the road, developing their live show (which Frier calls their “biggest asset”) on stages across the Southeast with cohorts like Yarn, Drivin n Cryin and Dangermuffin.
These early successes were like flames to a mason jar of moonshine for the band, and Glover took advantage of this momentum when he started writing songs for their as-yet-untitled sophomore album shortly after the release of Change in the Wind. This time, though, the rest of the group joined the process early on, a decision that continues to afford them more opportunities to shape their sound than ever before. If you are looking for The Travelin’ Kine these days, certainly check the bar first, but chances are that you will find them at Donnelly’s Plowground Studios on Johns Island woodshedding these tracks with Josh Roberts of Josh Roberts & the Hinges, who is producing the album (Tim Nielson of Drivin n Cryin is assisting in the production). This new approach is paying off, yielding an album that Poulson calls “a lot more rocking than the last” and comprised of songs Davis says are “relatable across the band.”
Glover’s goal is to arrange and record 16-18 of the 20 plus songs he has written for the album, and from those, release a dozen. For Vaughan, it is all about the quality of the music, and he promises that there won’t be any filler. “This next album will be better,” he says. “I don’t want to be that band. I don’t want to just put music out there for the sake of it.” Once they are happy with the songs, they will decamp to Charleston’s Truphonic Recording Studios to record the album and if all goes well, it will be released in early fall.  
So back to that “psychedelic weirdness.” Fans new and old will get a taste of it in a few months when the album is wrapped up and released, but for the time being, the Magic 8 Ball says it’s safe to trust Glover. The Travelin’ Kine aren’t prone to embellishments, and in fact, they’ve proven themselves the kind of straight-shooting troubadours that most would expect to find playing “Red Dirt Americana.” They’ve already signaled a “change in the wind” in their hometown of Charleston, and that breeze is about to blow a lot harder and weirder in the coming weeks and months. That is a guarantee.

 
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Feb
21
9:00 PM21:00

$5 ($7 DOOR) - DIRTY GONE DOLAS, BOOMTOWN TRIO, AND WILL PITTMAN

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The Dirty Gone Dolas have been playing music around Columbia, South Carolina with each other in bands such as Pocket Buddha and The Prairie Willows for some time now. The current band was formed with the desire to play Americana tunes - original, folk, and covers - in a string band format. The Dirty Gone Dolas feature Kristen Harris on fiddle, Branhan Lowther (from Slim Pickens) on guitar, Zachariah Jones on mandolin, and Darren Woodlief on doghouse bass, with vocals, both lead and harmonic, by all.


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