40 HORSE MULE
- From Nashville, Tennessee.
- Formed in 2016, the brainchild of Bennie Boling (bass). Also in the band: Billy Troy (guitar and vocals) and Steve Huber (banjo).
- Bennie Boling is a former member of the Farm Hands Quartet (as banjo player in that band). He has also worked with Tim Graves and Cherokee, Mike Scott and his All American Bluegrass Band, Steve Kaufmann and other bands.
- Billy Troy (born Billy Graves) is a singer/songwriter, and the son of Bluegrass Hall of Famer Josh Graves. He lives in Omaha, Nebraska.
- Their band name comes from a line in a Boling song describing a tractor “… with his ol’ 40 horse Ford Mule.”
- 2017, released first single “Hell, Fire and Brimstone” (no label).
- 2018, released second singel “Jack the Tobacco Farmer.” This is the song which includes their band name 40 horse mule.