A Cure for pain in the


My Heart is My Home

All songs copyright Samuel Seth Bernard 2021, Eggtones Music, BMI

  • Seth Bernard – vocals, acoustic, electric & lap steel guitars, casio keyboard
  • Dave Bruzza – electric guitar (Love Yourself)
  • Samantha Cooper – harmony vocals (Crystalline Pools, Love Yourself, All This Time), violin/fiddle (Crystalline Pools, Love Yourself)
  • Khalin Diggins – bass
  • Jordan Hamilton – cello, vocal feature (Rangin’)
  • Amber Hasan – vocal feature (All This Time)
  • Drew Howard – pedal steel, electric guitar (All This Time, Keep Rockin’ – right side)
  • Daniel Kahn – piano & accordion (Jackie’s Waltz)
  • Theo Katzman – electric guitar (Keep Rockin’ – left side)
  • Mike Lynch – Hammond organ (Love Yourself)
  • Mike Merenda – banjo, casio sk-5
  • Laurel Premo – violin/fiddle (My Heart is My Home)
  • Dan Rickabus – drums, harmony vocals (Love Yourself, The Time Has Come, Keep Rockin’, All This Time, Rangin’), percussion (Crystalline Pools, Bending with the Wind, Love Yourself)
  • Michael Shimmin – percussion
  • Levi Taylor – piano (Crystalline Pools)
  • Ruth Ungar – harmony vocals (Bending with the Wind, The Time Has Come), violin/fiddle (Bending with the Wind, Rangin’), hand claps

  • Graphic Design by Will Thomas
  • Photos by Tyler Franz (photo of Seth + Iris by May Erlewine

  • Recorded by Ian Gorman at La Luna Recording and Sound in Kalamazoo, Michigan. 
  • Assistance and emotional stewardship by Tony Mitchell

  • “Shadowside” basic tracking and production by Johnny Irion at Honor Roll in North Adams, Mass. 
  • “Don’t Lose Track”, “My Heart is My Home” and “Jackie’s Waltz” basic tracking by Seth Bernard at home on cassette 4-track. 
  • Dave Bruzza’s guitar was recorded by Chris Pandolfi.
  • Amber Hasan’s vocal was recorded by William Bearyman.
  • Levi, Jordan, Laurel, Daniel, Drew, Theo, Mike Lynch, Mike Merenda + Ruthy all recorded their own parts at home.

  • Mixed by Ian Gorman.
  • Mastered by Samuel Peters and Ian Gorman at La Luna Recording and Sound. 
  • Produced by Seth Bernard, Ian Gorman, and Dan Rickabus.

“The argument for the most influential human in the Michigan music uprising of the past decade may begin and end with one Seth Bernard.”

“I know that the future of music is in good hands with people like Seth around to be its caretaker. More importantly, I know the future of our world is in good hands.”

“Paradigm-shifting and culture healing music as resourcing for next-level human stewards of planet earth.”

Elizabeth Wolff
Cultural Healing Facilitator

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