Seth Bernard at Bell's Eccentric Cafe

November 14, 2019, 8:30pm - 11:30pm

Bell's Eccentric Cafe

Music & Theater

Born and raised on Earthwork Farm in rural Northern Michigan, Seth Bernard was brought up in the folk and farmstead culture with an enriching integrative experience of the arts, agriculture, and community. In 2001, Seth founded Earthwork Music, a renowned Michigan-based collective of successful independent musicians who focus their efforts on environmental advocacy, social justice, creative empowerment and community building. Seth has traveled the world and blanketed the US as a magnetic performer and uplifting cultural worker and is equally at home fronting a large electrified ensemble as he is holding a crowd with nothing but an acoustic guitar. Seth has served as the Director of the Musical Ambassador Program for On the Ground where he helped cultivate partnerships and cultural exchanges between communities in southern Mexico, Ethiopia and eastern Congo and communities in Michigan with a focus on solidarity and creative collaboration. “Eggs” Bernard is a NMEAC Environmentalist of the Year Award winner for Arts Education and has worked with SEEDS and On Stage for Kids bringing nature-based experiential creative empowerment to young people across the Great Lakes region and beyond. In early 2018, Bernard launched the Clean Water Campaign for Michigan, a social movement using storytelling and music to amplify the groundswell of support for water issues. Seth is a prolific songwriter and recording artist with 12 solo albums and a dozen more collaborative projects in his catalogue. He's won 8 Jammie awards as a recording artist and producer, and has been a longtime iconic leader and steward of Michigan’s music community. His newest work, "Eggtones", is a four album series released over the last 2 years to critical acclaim.
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November 14, 2019

8:30pm - 11:30pm

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Bell's Eccentric Cafe

355 E Kalamazoo Ave, Kalamazoo, MI 49009

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Bell's Eccentric Cafe

(269) 382-2332

It all started on a 15 gallon soup pot! Larry Bell came to Kalamazoo in the 1970’s to attend Kalamazoo College, where he began one of his first jobs in Kalamazoo with Sarkozy Bakery. It was while he...

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