Call Me Mildy

Categories: Groups and Duos

Genres: Blues, Rock


Greg Mildenberger
Regina, SK

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Currently recording their second album, Regina's blues rock reggae Call Me Mildy takes stage at festivals and venues across the province, delivering their high energy show. Festivals have included Mid-Winter Blues Festival (opening for Big Sugar), Casino Regina's Brighter Futures, Bow Valley Jamboree, Cathedral Village Arts Festival 2017/2018, Prairie Beer Festival, Wakamow Valley Shake Off the Winter Blues, and Montmartre's All Folk'd Up festival. The band plays original songs mixed with eclectic covers for groovy times.

Call Me Mildy founder Greg Mildenberger is a published songwriter, and has sold songs from Call Me Mildy's debut album 'It's About Time' in countries across six continents. Mildenberger also donates his songwriting to New York's Songs of Love foundation. Call Me Mildy's blues rock reggae fuses with influences like Ben Harper, Black Keys, Big Sugar, Johnny Winter and the Fabulous Thunderbirds.



  • It's About Time

    Various Artists

    January 2016

    Call Me Mildy's debut album featuring all original material written by band founder Greg Mildenberger. Call Me Mildy digs into slide and harp blues, sweet reggae/pop, and all out rock for an interesting musical ride - though they can blow harp and...

  • Take a Bite of This

    Various Artists

    January 2019

    This energetic four-piece blues/rock band fronted by singer/songwriter Greg Mildenberger (Mildy) release their second album as an eclectic and varied journey through modern, alternative, blues rock. The album is dotted with varying styles of blues...


Two O'clock in the Morning

From It's About Time


  • Highway 59 - Call Me Mildy

    Fresh blues from the Canadian Prairies. Regina's Call Me Mildy's blues rocker 'Highway 59', born on the wrong side of the road!

  • Runnin'

    Session 1 Records artist, Call Me Mildy, release the music video for their latest single. The track was produced by Steven Dueck with video produced by Sam Raven.