For a decade on, Joel Rockey has been crafting a unique brand of song drawing heavy influence from the likes of those far and wide. These musical yarns tell stories of brokenness, redemption, and the hope of redemption amid the ashes of brokenness. From the year Twenty Ought One onward he has been recording and distributing hand-assembled collections of songs from his home laboratory known near and narrow as The Mustard Room. While often utilizing an arsenal of instruments on these recordings, he typically performs live accompanied by little more than six strings, a jaw harp, and the occasional tambourine. He has, however, been known to recruit and perform with friends from time to time under such monikers as Flying J & The Pilots, Rebel Robot, Penguins of the Horse Kingdom, and Aunt Arctica. He also knows someone who likes you.
"I did put all of these tracks on yt at one point, with proper vocals attributions and such. I think I typo'd DHs name on the individual track info. yt uploads
Still in touch w/Rob occasionally.
Mike, that is the first test shirt of…"
"I thought a 2nd reading would help - nope, article doesn't make a connection between the DCs and Al's. Although I'd guess they may have played there a time or 2. Don't recall if I had them at Bullwinkle's. Probably the next…"
"Hey you forgot the pre-Cohen owners and location. Anyway, the party after the X show was at Mahern's house. Don Bonebrake played a xylophone - I have no idea why there was one at Mahern's house. Just like the X song, I passed out on the…"