WRM_Mustard RetreatPlymouth’s own, Meg Robinson, will be the opening act for Mustard’s Retreat, on Saturday June 15th at the Wild Rose Moon Performing Arts Center.  A  featured performer at Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour airing on WTCA and WVPE, Meg has performed with other artists including; Nick Dittmeier & The Sawdusters, Joe Rian’s, Additives, and Joe Martyn Rickie.  Meg has also won several  Junior Vocal awards in the Midwest including:  1st place awards at Carmel Fest has Talent, Johnson County Fair Youth Talent, Spirit On, Monticello Vocal Contest, Blueberry Festival “Blueberry Idol”, and the Apple Festival Vocal Talent Show.

Libby Glover and David Tamulevich of Mustard’s Retreat coalesced out of the early days of the folk scene in Ann Arbor during the 1960’s and 1970’s and have been playing music ever since—sharing stages with such notables as John Gorka and Peter Yarrow.   With 16 albums behind them they have appeared in various formulations. Most recently they appear as a duo and have just recently performed on the Rolling Rock Radio Hour.  In the spirit of folk they remind us of the importance of working together and call our attention to simple everyday things that matter.  Their song about volunteering is a church and not-for-profit classic and the rousing chorus ends with the words, “Let’s hear it for the volunteers!”  Both Libby and David have an endearing and gentle style that welcomes everyone into the event.  Join them both for a feel -good evening of joy and laughter.  You can learn more about Mustard’s Retreat at www.mustardsretreat.com. Tickets are available at ASK for Flowers in Plymouth or online at www.wildrosemoon.com.