"Tonight I'm letting Myself get a little excited..."

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Make it up as you go along.

I found some familiar ground on this project when I collaborated with my talented producer and friend, Ben Bishop. The world has not seen the strength of our combined powers since Uconn's production of 'RENT' in 2008. But now we're back to bring you five songs that cover the ground of self discovery, rivers, railroad tracks, leaving the nonsense behind in favor of the sunlight, love, and love of snow days. These songs mix pop, soul, a baby grand piano, a fiddle, a banjoguitar, perfectly timed hand claps, 6/8 triplet shaker magic, and a glockenspiel (that I've been using since the 5th grade band). This EP also features the talents of Nashville's finest with Ben Satterlee  on percussion and Josephine Michener on fiddle. Additional gratitude goes out to Grant Waks at Left Plus Right Studio for the use of his Sound Engineering talents, his Rhodes organ, and his perfectly-mic-ed-up piano. 

Check back here for updated behind-the-scenes photos and videos. We had so much fun making this music and are excited to share it with you all! Get ready to procrastinate and ramble on with us! 

Keep it going really well. ~Mustard 

Ramble On Photography 

Photography Frondus courtesy of the talented Caitlin Shea

RAMBLE ON EP RELEASE SHOWS

South Hadley, MA & Nashville, TN 

Making the ramble

Take it to the bridge...

"The Little Bridge That Could" lives in the Harvey Allen Trail in Amherst, MA. A favorite thinking spot & source of inspiration for these songs. 

"The Little Bridge That Could" lives in the Harvey Allen Trail in Amherst, MA. A favorite thinking spot & source of inspiration for these songs.