And after nearly 40 years of being cousins, they played together on stage for the first time (rod Sural and Nolan Mckelvey).
A Side: Determined (Green Gold)
B Side: Happy
OXO Records, OXO 004
Muskellunge were only active for a couple of years in the early 90s, and I think their recorded output only consisted of two singles and a track on a compilation single… at least that’s all I’m aware of. The band consisted of two ex-members from The Funseekers (John Crozier and Eric Tretbar) along with bassist Benji Boyd and vocalist/guitarist Rebecca Fritz. I remember seeing them play a handful of gigs at the 7Th Street Entry back in the day, usually as an opener. One thing I always remembered from their gigs was that while I enjoyed the music, I could never understand a word that Rebecca was singing. Listening to this single was a good reminder that I still can’t figure out what she’s singing. But I guess that’s part of their charm.
Besides, any band named after the state fish of Wisconsin gets points in my book.
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We now have 4 large muskie on exhibit with some walleye (seen in the back right), yellow perch, smallmouth bass, carp and some small sunfish species (bluegill in foreground).
ABC Tri-Cities at 9:00 a.m.
Is it “rite” or “ride?” Nolan McKelvey says he wrote this after Flagstaff’s hard winter of 2009-10. Muskellunge Bluegrass performed at Pickin’ In the Pines Bluegrass & Acoustic Music Festival, held Sep 17-19, 2010, at the Pine Mt. Amphitheater in Flagstaff, AZ, organized by Flagstaff Friends of Traditional Music (FFOTM).
Muskellunge Bluegrass consists of Nolan McKelvey (Vocals/Guitar), Aaron Tyler (Mandolin/Vocals), Tim Hogan (Bass/Vocals), and Frank Dedera (Banjo), performing original and traditional bluegrass music.
Pickin’ In the Pines Bluegrass & Acoustic Music Festival
My muskellunge(musky) catches a minnow and is holding it dog bone style. If you watch, as the musky tries to swallow the minnow in it’s mouth, another minnow just swims out of the musky’s mouth. For a second you can see the musky holding both minnows in his teeth. Please Like if you do. Subscribe if you would like to see more, and please share with your friends!
David reels in a 39 inch muskellunge!
The Muskellunge Club of Wisconsin celebrates member success pics from the 2016 in this member photo collection. This year’s submission is in HD 1080P! Enjoy! This is the 9th year in a row we’ve produced and shared our year-in-review member photo collection here on YouTube. The credits at the end include title and artists for the 2 songs/music used in the collection. A HUGE “Thank You” goes to all of our MCW members who submitted their muskie fishing photos. Without submissions from our members, this production would not be possible. This year’s collection includes: a) 135 individual photos, b) 1 video; c) 38 MCW members in muskie pics plus d) 6 non-muskie member fish pics; e) ; j) 51 individuals including Steve, Brian, Brandon, Roxanne, Daymin, Xzavin, Kyliegh, John, Craig, Mary, Tom, Barry, Chad, Chuck, Reily, Kurt, Tbone, Callen, Andy, Dave, Ben, Brenda, Greg, Abe, Adam, Chris, Deb, Mike, Russ, Mark, Scott, Rosco, Patrick, Rich, Doris, Anna, Thomas, Alisha, Michael, and Dan. Be sure to check out all the other MCW photo collections on our YouTube Channel. Who knows what’s in store for next year! 🙂
Me reviving a 44 inch Tiger Musky. Don’t let them go until you feel they can stay upright on their own! Please practice catch and release of Muskies.