Mustard’s Retreat to perform in Wautoma, Sept. 14
Black Hawk Folk Society invites the community to spend an evening with Mustard’s Retreat, a folk music trio from Michigan.
Libby Glover, Michael Hough, and David Tamulevich began performing together in the 70s. Jobs, moves, and life intervened over the past 40 years, but music and their personal connection always triumphed. They reunited in 2014 and have been delighting audiences throughout the Midwest since.
The trio released its first album in 2018, titled Make Your Own Luck. The songs are those they enjoyed and cherished over the years, regardless of the vicissitudes of pop culture and music industry trends. The trio is committed to a musical honesty and a providing a performance to cure what ails you. For more information on the band, visit MustardsRetreat.com.
Mustard’s Retreat kicks off Black Hawk’s fall line-up in its Second Saturday concert series on Sept. 14. The concert will be held at Mountain View Community Center, at N3137 21st Lane, near the intersection of 21st Lane and Highway 152, near Mt. Morris and Wautoma.
General admission tickets will be sold at the door from 6:30 p.m. on, with the concert beginning at 7 p.m.
Concert-goers are invited to share a potluck supper with the performer and other music lovers at 6 p.m. Mountain View is handicap friendly and offers adequate free, on-site parking.