If you’ve heard of Earthwork Music then you’re familiar with Seth Bernard. The singer/songwriter was one of the primary sparkplugs for what became the Earthwork Music Collective and a key coordinator for the earliest incarnations of the Earthwork Harvest Gathering. The interchangeability also stems from the fact that Bernard was born and raised on Earthwork
Q+A courtesy of U-Michigan News. Matthew VanBesien is the president of the University Musical Society, a National Medal of Arts recipient and one of the oldest performing arts presenters in the country that is based at the University of Michigan. Along with commissioning new work and sponsoring artist residencies, UMS presents about 60-75 music, dance
For more than five decades, The Ark has embraced area music lovers as part of its family. While artists won’t grace the stage until at least May 31, the iconic venue is making sure the music lives on with The Ark Family Room Series. The free virtual concert series showcases some of the world’s best
Ann Arbor-Based Singer/Songwriter Releases New Video from ‘Perfumed Gardens,’ and discusses Tree City & a new documentary film. Evan Haywood admits he’s a maximalist by nature. He’s aware of the surplus texture and surplus emotion that he’s consistently inclined to layer throughout his arrangements. Categorically, you’d call him a folk singer, but having absorbed innumerable
Linen Ray’s new EP, Live at The Ark, will be available on all streaming platforms on April 10.
Hey everyone. I feel like “What a time to be alive…,” has now replaced any/all small-talk. It has probably replaced “Hello.” I, and everyone here at Current, want to wish you well–sending all the good vibes of health and safety your way, as well as hoping you can find a sense of peace amid all