Why See Bruce Cockburn?
The Canadian activist rocker
The Canadian folk and alt-rock singer is known for his progressive messages for social justice, the environment, politics, and welcoming spirituality, as much as he is for the sheer volume of material put out over 40 years. With over 300 songs recorded for 30 album releases, this hard-working rocker has seen 20 of this records achieve platinum status. With his 2014 autobiography, Rumours of Glory: A Memoir praised for its eloquence and humanity, Cockburn represents the best of the Canadian spirit.
Despite his last album being released in 2011, Cockburn has kept busy by touring, raising a new family, and campaigning tirelessly on behalf of indigenous nations in both Canada and other countries. Experience a slice of this generous Canadian star when he comes to The Ark in Ann Arbor, MI, Closed November 17, 2017
Performance date: 17 November 2017
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