The Mammals and Seth Bernard show at The Ark May 4

. April 30, 2018.
Music-Note-II---Mammals

New York-based Americana/Roots band The Mammals join Michigan folk-rock powerhouse Seth Bernard for a dynamic double bill at The Ark on May 4. After a nine-year hiatus, Mammals’ multi-instrumentalist Mike Merenda & fiddle-playing vocalist Ruth Ungar will lead their fiery string band in the release of Sunshiner, a celebrated new album of original songwriting. Tying the night together will be Seth Bernard, known for his charismatic performances ranging from heart-wrenching ballads to psychedelic jams.

$20 | 8pm | Friday, May 4.
The Ark, 316 S. Main St. Ann Arbor
734-761-1800
| theark.org

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