Beth and James shared the lead vocals but all three were strong solo singers and their characteristic sound was a full three part harmony. Complementing the vocals was the interplay between James' harmonica, and Richard's melodic lead. James played harmonica as well as some lead guitar. Richard played guitar, mandolin, or fiddle, in styles going from traditional folk, through blue grass, to jazz. Their repertoire eventually consisted substantially of songs written by the members of the band themselves. "Originally thought of as a folk group, their own fantastic material has steered them in an acoustic rock direction, with a hint of blues. Not to be missed!" (Wayne Stote)
Richard and James often performed together as a duo, first as "Mulberry Two", and then for a couple of years after the demise of the original Mulberry Blue as "Mixing up the Medicine".
an amazing performance
flamboyant and energetic!