Edens Edge To Perform For Environmental Awareness In Arkansas
May 5, 2011 at 8:49 AM (PT)
BIG MACHINE RECORDS duo EDENS EDGE will return home to ARKANSAS to speak to 8th graders at BENTONVILLE’s SCHOOL FOR THE ARTS as well as with local media, to share their musical stories and love of nature. They will also do two live performances helping to promote environmental awareness as part of the WALTON ARTS CENTER “First” series in FAYETTEVILLE TONIGHT (5/4) and BENTONVILLE TOMORROW (5/6). They will perform at 7p (CT) for both events.
EDENS EDGE’s DEAN BERNER said, “Nature has always been a big part of my life. Some of my earliest memories are of hiking through the OZARK MOUNTAINS with my family, and I can't help but think it's had a huge influence on how I approach writing and music. One of my favorite places to write is in a beautiful natural place, where there is a scenic view or a quiet stream rolling by, because nature has its own rhythms and movements which are inherently musical. More than anything, for me, being in nature is the most direct and satisfying way to replenish my own place of inspiration and creativity.”
Both events are free and open to the public featuring booths, activities and music.
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