Tiny Porch

Moonshine Ink snags local or 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. Here’s to the everlasting power of music!

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.

Peculiar Pretzelmen: It’s Coming From The Basement

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Tiny Porch 7: The Peculiar Pretzelmen

Otis McDonald: Inspiring the Rock and, Most Importantly, the Roll

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Otis McDonald rafted down the Truckee River to join us on our Tiny Porch. Dedicated to a life full of music, he plays upwards of 10 instruments.

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.

Willy Tea Taylor: A Man Named Will

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At heart, Willy Tea Taylor is a simple man, with a thirst for adventure, a passion for music, and most of all, he’s completely in love with the journey he’s on, made even more meaningful due to his humble beginnings.

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.