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Album Review

For a guy who was making his first album, Seth Bernard doesn't sound the least bit tentative on Hello Fellow Travelers — this is an ambitious and eclectic set of folk-rock that's by turns jazzy, funky, hard-grooving, and down-home. With the exception of a swinging cover of Dick Siegel's "Angelo's," Bernard wrote all 13 songs on this album, and his stylistic range is as impressive as his way with a melody. Bernard's simple but emphatic guitar work and thoughtful arrangements — from the stripped-down country rock of "Nammet" to the string-driven Eastern-meets-Celtic sorrow of "Kosovo" — reveal an impressive depth for a self-produced first-time effort. Bernard isn't quite as impressive as a singer, sometimes revealing his limitations when he reaches for the high notes, and his lyrics lean towards a hippie-ish simplicity which sounds silly or facile as often as they seems wise. But musically, Hello Fellow Travelers is impressive stuff, especially for a young musician supervising himself during his first visit to the studio, and it suggests this is an artist with a bright future ahead.

Biography

Born: Lake City, MI

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

A Michigan-based singer and songwriter whose music embraces an eclectic range of contemporary folk and pop influences, Samuel Seth Bernard was born and raised in Lake City, Michigan, where his parents were part of a collective farm community. Growing up surrounded by musicians and artists, Bernard developed a keen interest in the performing arts, and after graduating from Lake City High School, he spent a year studying poetry, music, and acting at Michigan's prestigious Interlochen Center for the...
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