Fish Creek’s White Gull Inn Features Peter Mulvey

Singer-songwriter and guitarist Peter Mulvey will open the 26th season of the White Gull Inn’s Winter Folk Concert series on Wednesday, Nov. 17 at 8 pm. The series will present a number of touring acoustic folk musicians from all over the country in monthly concerts in the White Gull’s century old dining room.

Since Mulvey’s 2000 release of The Trouble with Poets, he has found a home with the venerable independent label Signature Sounds Recordings. His 12th and latest album, Letters from a Flying Machine, is a collection of songs based on letters Mulvey has written to his nieces and nephews from planes as he has toured all over the world.

Mulvey has also scored music for theatre and modern dance, and has had numerous songs featured in film and television including various WB programs and PBS documentaries. Recently, he embarked on the “Look Ma, No Gasoline Tour,” a 10-day, 300-mile concert tour of southern Wisconsin, which he rode entirely on his bicycle.

An optional pre-concert fixed price dinner will be served at 6 pm. The menu will include beef short ribs, mashed potatoes, pear walnut salad, and pumpkin cake.

Upcoming concerts include Johnsmith on Dec. 8 and Lou and Peter Barryman on Jan. 12.

Tickets cost $15; advanced tickets are strongly encouraged. For more information and/or to purchase tickets call 920.868.3517 or 800.624.1987 or visit