Title Track: The Local Champion of Clean Water, Racial Equity & Youth

Local singer-songwriter Seth Bernard has a heart for social justice.

He stopped by the Heritage House studio to tell us about the inspiration behind his launch of a brand new organization called Title Track. An organization that’s focused on clean water, racial equity and youth empowerment.

“It’s kind of the culmination of a lot of the work I’ve been doing for the last 18 years, and it has a foundation of music and creative practice being part of everything that we do,” he says. “Finding best possible solutions, working together creatively.”

Seth says the role of music for Title Track is to open up possibilities and hopefully encourage social change–starting with the youngest of society.

“Music brings people together, and music also is something I feel a sense of responsibility to bring into the lives of young people,” Seth says. “When young people have a creative process, it can transform their lives and their ability to process what they are going through and contribute to their community.”

Title Track has a launch party on May 9, and you’re invited. It will be at the Kirkbride Hall in the Grand Traverse Commons and feature live music by Seth Bernard, Amber Hasan, Red Tail Ring and Chris Good.

Learn more by watching the video above.

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