Friday, July 8th 2 - 5 p.m.
Saturday, July 9th 2 - 5 p.m.
Friday, July 8th and Saturday, July 9th 1 - 2 p.m.
Chris Mulkey, the actor from Captain Philips, Twin Peaks, Friday Night Lights, and Boardwalk Empire, is also a musician. Chris has developed his talent as a singer/song writer, playing guitar and telling stories about everyday American life.
Chris Mulkey is based in Venice, California, but is a native Minnesotan.With his band Deluxe, Chris was the house band at the House of Blues in Hollywood. They also play L.A. at Rusty’s Surf Ranch Santa Monica Pier, Malibu Inn, the Mint, and The Key Club. He has headlined the Santa Monica Fourth of July Fest for four years and Mardi gras at Cajon Field in Lafayette, and Lake Charles , La. This year Chris headlined Mardi Gras at House of Blues main stage with Lake Charles’ own Sean Vidrine. And are currently playing monthly at the House of Blues, Mandalay Bay Hotel in Las Vegas, July 15-16.
Chris Mulkey and Deluxe, just released a new CD, “It’s My Time”. Earlier albums include “Ride It Out”, “Wood and Wire”, “Voo Doo Walking” and “It’s About the Heart”. Five videos can be seen on You Tube.
As an ASCAP member, Chris, has sold over 25 songs to movies and television.
Chris plays guitar and mandolin, roots and country blues. He has played with Los Lobos, Chris "Rev" Klein, Don Felder, Billy Burnette,, and Branford Marsalis.
He recently produced and directed a TV pilot about the music business, “The Never Has Beenz”, which he co-wrote and starred in with Louisiana’s own, Eddie Bodin. It was shot entirely on location in Louisiana and tells crazy band road stories, chasing that, "1# hit".
In Chris has played Austin,Tx. many times, at the Broken Spoke with Chris Wall and with Jeff Hughes and the Chaparrals. He was also seen at Trophies and Evangeline’s. Big fun!
Chris’s band plays celebrity events as well: five years with Dennis Quid at his Austin, TX event, the Murray Brothers event in Chicago and St. Augustine, Fla. and the Dylan Fest and Flamer's,with Paul Metsa, in Virginia, Mn.