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Earthwise at The Mitch continues with Mother Hips, Clarinet Thing, Akira Tana, Parlour Game, C.J. Chenier, Amendola V Blades, Trance Mission, Myra Melford, Marcus Shelby, Lisa Mezzacappa, Wayne Horvitz and That 1 Guy

Earthwise Productions completed it’s 2019 season by selling more than 1,000 tickets to its concert series at Mitchell Park Community Center El Palo Alto Room also known as The Mitch. The goal for 2020, according to Earthwise founder and Plastic … Continue reading

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Earthwise announces Tim and Greg of The Mother Hips on-sales; fair warning on last 40 seats to local product Molly Tuttle’s show

Earthwise Productions, my concert company, has seven shows on-sale at EventBrite. The most recent announcement is for a set of two shows with Tim and Greg of The Mother Hips (playing as a duo, unplugged). Those shows are Friday, March … Continue reading

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Tim Bluhm a touch of gray

at Fillmore June, 2018

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Those mother palo alto hips

Above photo by Andrew Quist in 2011 courtesy of Fast Atmosphere Mother Hips website. Hips are celebrating 20 years as a rock and roll band, and extended family or brotherhood. Off the top of my head, I can think of … Continue reading

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Gallery of posters and flyers, Earthwise Productions, 1994-2009

art direction credits at bottom of scroll; photos by Terry Acebo Davis (this one was based on artwork accompanying an article in the Rolling Stone about the fact that Texas, especially during the tenure of Governor Bush, had executed so … Continue reading

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Motherhips in early May in Big Sur Folk Yeah!

Tim Bluhm and Greg Loiacono, and various other Mother Hipsters have played sundry shows for Earthwise Productions in Palo Alto, mostly in the 1990s. They also played The Edge numerous times, produced by other peoples. I last saw Tim and … Continue reading

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