Earthwork Music Collective Fall Tour!
Orange leaves appear glowing and pink in the fall sunlight, reminding me of the impermanent nature of life, and of the cycle of the seasons. The earth teaches us that we are on a creative journey of spirit, and that this journey is both sacred and beautiful. This season encourages me to be fearless in the face of change, to let go of my leaves and embrace the compost, trusting in the wisdom of the forest.
I am grateful to be part of a musical forest, a collective of musicians dedicated to using their art to empower and inspire others. It is with this Earthwork Music Collective that I have the privilege of touring the lower peninsula of Michigan this November, celebrating the season with music and community. I hope you will be able to join us, to take refuge in the forest, and to enjoy the transitions of autumn.
Earthwork Musicians Take Their Vision on the Michigan Roads
The Earthwork Music collective believes in the intrinsic and historical power of music to raise both community and self-awareness and serves to facilitate and encourage original music in the state of Michigan and beyond. This November, several Earthwork artists will share this vision with audiences throughout Michigan’s lower peninsula on a 5-city tour. Starting with a concert at the Ark in Ann Arbor on Wednesday November 6th at 8pm, the tour will continue with stops in Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo, Lansing, and Traverse City.
The tour will feature performances from Seth and May, Lindsay Lou and the Flatbellys, darlenYa, Dede and the Dreamers, Strawberry Heritage, Joe Reilly, and Sam Cooper. Each concert will showcase these talented artists in their prime, and will also feature the power of spontaneous combustion through collaboration, some rehearsed, and some improvised. Each show is certain to inspire audiences to dig deep, open their hearts, smile, sing, dance, and celebrate the power of community.
Tour Info: www.earthworkmusic.com