Samuel Seth Bernard and could Erlewine certainly are a couple of Michigan-based modern folk performers who’ve recorded and performed extensively both being a duo so that as single artists. Both delivered and elevated in Michigan to musical households with a company indie streak, Bernard and Erlewine initial fulfilled in 2003, when he was a performer on the Ann Arbor Folk Celebration (using the name Seth Barnard) and she was participating in. Both Bernard and Erlewine got a strong history in songwriting and executing and had preferences that went from folk and blues to rock and roll, and they shortly became companions in music (and later on a few). In 2003, Erlewine (as Daisy Might, a nickname she’d experienced since child years) slice her first recording for Earthwork Music, the impartial label associated with his family’s collective plantation that had currently released two discs by Bernard. In early 2006, they released their first collaborative LP through Earthwork, just known as Seth Bernard and Daisy Might, which followed many years of live shows like a duo. And also other artists associated with the Earthwork Collective, Bernard and Erlewine had been perennial attractions in the farm’s annual Harvest Gathering, a music event devoted to regional independent performers and accountable, earth-friendly activism. Bernard and Erlewine are also area of the musical and environmental activist community in the Midwest, and also have used their message in the united states and beyond the U.S. boundary, taking part in educational workshops with indigenous music artists in Mexico in 2008. In ’09 2009, Erlewine opted to avoid phoning herself Daisy Might and only Might Erlewine, and Bernard embraced his delivery name, Samuel Seth Bernard, plus they utilized their brand-new/old names because of their second collaborative record, Welcome Home.