“Feldmann is a deep-blues virtuoso. His boogie figures and bottleneck-slide work conjure all the lowdown feeling, while Levy’s rhythms and fills drive it all deep into the dirt – these two are brothers in the mud, indeed!  One of the best blues offerings of 2021″
Vintage Guitar Magazine, Michael Dregni

“Bitchin’ to say the least!”
– Jorma Kaukonen (Hot Tuna, Jefferson Airplane)



Brothers in the Mud (2021 Album)

  • Poor Black Mattie
  • Going Away Baby
  • TwentyTwenty
  • Pushin’ My Luck
  • Catfish Blues
  • Going Down To The River
  • 61 Highway
  • Peavine Blues
  • Southside Boogie


Brothers In The Mud are Tom Feldmann (guitar/vocal) and Noah Levy (drums).  Their self-titled debut album was released in April 2021 to critical acclaim and they are currently in the creative stages for the follow up.

Tom Feldmann taught himself to play guitar at the age of 17, spending untold hours dissecting original recordings by everyone from Charley Patton to Skip James, Bukka White to – yes, of course – Robert Johnson.  With 13 studio albums to his credit, Feldmann has toured Nationwide for over 20yrs in various configurations.  In 2010 Tom partnered with Stefan Grossman’s Guitar Workshop and became an overnight sensation producing some of the most accurate and highest grossing instructional courses ever compiled on prewar blues masters.  In 2015 Feldmann created a one of kind online streaming service, playcountryblues.com, which sees over 10k monthly visits by guitarists from around the world.  Tom has also contributed to Acoustic Guitar Magazine, Vintage Guitar Magazine and assisted Jorma Kaukonen at his infamous Fur Peace Ranch from 2015-2021.

Noah Levy has toured and recorded with a long list of international artists including Brian Setzer in his Rockabilly Riot and Orchestra, Five For Fighting, The Honeydogs, Peter Frampton, Nelson, The Bodeans, and Golden Smog.  As a session player, Noah has hundreds of album credits and has performed from Topeka to Tokyo and everywhere in between, twice.


Management: Tom Feldmann