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. 

Peculiar Pretzelmen: It’s Coming From The Basement

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Tiny Porch 7: The Peculiar Pretzelmen

The Wailers: Philosophy of Love and Freedom

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The legendary Wailers, to Moonshine Ink's surprise and delight, recently blessed our Tiny Porch project with an acoustic set. In a special recording session held on the roof of Crystal Bay Casino's parking garage, they sang renowned songs, "Wake Up and Live" and "Redemption Song." Rest assured, the Jamaican rebel spirit lives on.

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.

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.

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.

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.

The Snow Must Go On

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The three bands that will play at Winter Snowdown III at the Crystal Bay Casino — Rainbow Girls, Royal Jelly Jive, and Marty O’Reilly & the Old Soul Orchestra — have been playing together for years. It’ll be good to jam together again, they say.