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As an explorer, Linden Thoburn searches every corner of her soul to find life’s true meaning. The Brighton country-folk singer-songwriter deeply mines the head and the heart through a majestic journey of self-discovery on her latest album, “Scarecrow.” Thoburn’s Americana odyssey weaves through sunbaked rows, bitter winds, mountain tops, shadow-hearted plains and the Goodnight-Loving Trail in ten heartfelt tracks of courage, growth and gratitude. “It’s an album about personal journeys – reflective and physical. For me, all the album’s songs came from deep internal explorations, and they represent the struggles to find meaning and to resolve my confusion and find ground in the rapidly-changing U.S.,” Thoburn says. “Scarecrow” features contributions from a stellar cast of Michigan musicians, including Jim Bizer (acoustic guitar), Sara Gibson (cello), Erin Zindle (violin), Drew Howard (banjo, resonator, pedal steel), Aaron Markovitz (mandolin, octave mandolin) and Peter “Madcat” Ruth (acoustic and electric bass, piano). Songwriter Annie Capps is special guest.
Linden released a brand new album, The Sun Comes Shining Through, that is receiving critical acclaim and airplay. The album is leading to expanded opportunities to perform live.
Detroit singer-songwriter Mike Ward is known for his lyrically-centric, vocally-charged folk songs. While growing up in Port Huron, Michigan, he listened to the Irish music of his heritage and sang in several choirs before digesting the influential sounds of Simon & Garfunkel, Dylan, Springsteen and John Prine. These days, he finds inspiration in the works of Jason Isbell, Sarah Jarosz and Scott Cook. His intimate songwriting echoes through empty city streets, back country roads and family portraits. It also resides in the hidden spaces between joy and tragedy, love and loss.
In Spring 2023, Mike released his fourth album “Love Never Rests”, which features 11 introspective tracks that examine observations about life, love and loss along with relationships of the past, present and future. All stories are told through his emotive viewpoints of wisdom and gratitude.