Tiny Porch

Moonshine Ink snags both local and nationally famous bands passing through the area and invites them to be filmed performing an unplugged-style concert on the tiny porch at our world headquarters. Exclusive interviews included. 

Meet the Ladies who Rock

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In this third installment of Moonshine Ink’s Tiny Porch Concerts, we welcomed Clementine and Daniele Gottardo to our back porch sanctuary. We chatted with Clementine via email about being a member of an all-ladies rock group, the legalities of playing someone else’s songs, and what musical genre she belts out in the shower.

Ben Morrison: California Dreamin’

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The motto of this band seems to be: “We’re not here for a long time, but we’re here for a good time.” It’s a rollicking good time with Ben Morrison and the Full Bladder Boys.

T Sisters: Siblings in Song

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The T Sisters joined us for Tiny Porch, sharing some phenomenal vocals and opening their hearts for an insightful interview.

Poor Man’s Whiskey: There’s Something About a River

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Poor Man's Whiskey stopped by the Moonshine Ink office on a sunny Saturday in February to film the inaugural Tiny Porch Concert. Hear why they chose to jam out to a Kate Wolf original song. 

Rainbow Girls: Thoughts on the American Dream, Femininity, and a Little...

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The Rainbow Girls are lipstick-wearing, non-armpit-shaving, voice-belting, beer-drinking, pizza-eating, real human beings, whose music reflects a crystal-clear view of what’s really happening in the world around them.

Marty O’Reilly: Old Soul, New Sound

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This band serves folk-inspired indie rock that’s moving to the soul that tells a story of their time together so intricately woven between their relationship with music and their friendship as band-mates that you’d never know which comes first.

Fruition: No Stranger to Long Mondays

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We spoke with Kellen Asebroek of Fruition about John Prine, long Mondays, filming on top of the Palisades, and about what is next for Fruition.