Hot Mustard takes the stage two nights in a row to create our first album. February 3 and 4 (the 4th is Bruce's birthday) at 8pm each night. Cost is $5 donation to Mole Hill Theater at the door.
Dennis Molesky who owns and operates Mole Hill Theater in Alstead NH is kind enough to let us use his place.
Alan Lasky of Electric Open Mic will do the audio/video recording.
By chance on our second gig, we ended up with some recordings by Alan as he recorded audio and video for Railroad House Band.
Hey, look- mandolin player! That's Adam Buchwald. Schedules didn't keep us together but we still keep in touch. He makes guitars at Froggy Bottom Guitars.
What is Mole Hill Theater? Well, in true Yankee tradition; it's a bunch of things at once. A semi retired machine shop, concert hall, performance space, and cool hangout in the middle of nowhere (well, not nowhere, 25 minutes from Keene, 40 minutes from Westminster/Bellows Falls VT).
The stage is set between two giant machine presses (15 feet tall?) painted bright primary colors. There's a pool table, generally pot luck food, bring your own beverages, tables and chairs setup like a coffeeshop and a nice toasty wood stove.
So far every time we've played there it's snowed. I don't expect it to be any different this time.
So, come on out, hoot and holler, be a part of our live recording!