Bridgewater is the folk duo of A.T. Miller and Craig Kukuk, and recently celebrated the July 2011 release of their new CD, "Though It's September, It's Still Morning". They sing traditional, contemporary, and original folk music both a cappella and with acoustic accompaniment. Their work features some old hymns and songs of the 19th century, singer-songwriter music from the 20th century, and their own compositions, all performed with warm harmonies and an inviting spirit of inspiration. Apart from performing, they lived on their small organic farm called Rivercreek in western Washtenaw county, Michigan, which is located uncoincidentally in Bridgewater township for ten years. A.T. and Craig have just relocated together to the Finger Lakes region of New York, since they became both partners in Bridgewater and as a couple in 2001. "It is great to be able to share this CD with the community that has nurtured us so well over the past decade, as we look forward to new adventures, and sharing with new communities!"
A.T. Miller has had a varied music career, singing early music professionally with Ancient Voices out of Philadelphia, and singing a cappella music with the popular Kenyan group Kakamega Teachers, and more recently with the UMS Choral Union. When not on stage, he has been working at the University of Michigan, but is just now heading to Ithaca, New York and Cornell University.
Craig Kukuk has been a long time local musician based in Ann Arbor. He went on the legendary Ark tour to Canada a number of years ago, spent several years touring professionally, and has continued to perform while also making a second career as a mental health therapist. Craig now also sells his homemade jams, soaps, candles, spices, and art at local farmers markets.