Folk band Mustard’s Retreat will give concert at library

Staff report


Mustard’s Retreat will perform at 7 p.m. Saturday in the Meeting Room of the Dale Shaffer Research Library of the Salem Historical Society, 239 S. Lundy Ave.

Admission is $10 with an additional $5 covering all children in a family.

The concert is being presented by Dulci-More, the folk and traditional music organization.

Mustard’s Retreat was formed by David Tamulevich and Michael Hough in Ann Arbor, Mich., in 1974, when the two were working as short- order cooks while on hiatus from college.

The band has released nine albums, plus two more with their songwriting collective, The Yellow Room Gang.

Tamulevich and Hough are grounded in traditional ’60s folk music, and their shows represent an eclectic blend of music, with a dash of storytelling.

They will be joined at Saturday’s concert by vocalist Libby Glover, who sang with Mustard’s Retreat in the 1970s.

Dulci-More’s spring concert series also includes Upriver, May 11; and Cathy Barton and Dave Para, June 19. Go to for more information.

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