After serving 1974-80 as co-host for CBC radio's 'Country Road,' he returned to concert work, fiddling with Meadowgreen (which had supplanted the Birch Mountain Boys as his bluegrass band in 1975) or the Vic Mullen Band (an old time group). He toured Canada more than 20 times 1980-91, appearing in clubs and at festivals. Mullen's discography includes LPs for Rodeo in the mid-1960s with the Birch Mountain Boys and under his own name (Bluegrass Banjo, RBS-1121; Mr. Country Strings, RBS-1203; Swingin' Fiddle, RBS-1226), as well as albums for Arpeggio (RCA), MCA and, in the late 1980s, his own Jay-Vee label. He also produced and/or played on many recordings while in charge of A&R for Rodeo in the mid-1960s.
Berland, Kevin. 'Vic Mullen - Maritime bluegrass legend,' Canadian Bluegrass R, vol 2, Jun-Jul 1979
Goodwin, J.R. 'Profile: Vic Mullen,' Bluegrass Canada, vol 3, Jul-Aug 1991
Links to Other Sites
Canadian Grand Masters Fiddling Championship
The website for Canadian Grand Masters Fiddling Championship. A great resource for fans of Canadian fiddle music.