Grace Mitchell

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FLOOD Collaborates with Local Natives, Rain Phoenix, and Grace Mitchell for “Playlists For Earth” Campaign

A couple years back we devoted an entire print issue of FLOOD to the climate crisis, highlighting the voices of musicians, actors, and artists at the forefront of the movement to right the ecological wrongs done by mankind that have dramatically escalated in modern times. Well, two years and a new presidential administration later and, unsurprisingly, not much has changed. That’s why more artists are banding together to raise awareness via the “Playlists for Earth” series—launched today by ClientEarth, the campaign features curated playlists by the likes of Coldplay, Brian Eno, Anna Calvi, alt-J, Francisca Valenzuela, and Tom Misch, with each song title on their individual playlists poetically spelling out a powerful message regarding the climate crisis.
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Grace Mitchell is back and serving up a fresh new sound in "MANGO"

Beloved act in the underground indie-rock world, Grace Mitchell is back with an infectious new single "MANGO." Following a short hiatus from releasing new music, a departure from her major record label, and a focused retreat to her own brand new music sanctuary, this latest release is the first peek into what the independent artist has been working on and it's a thrilling new sound for fans to be excited about.
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Grace Mitchell

Grace B. Mitchell, 92, of Bangor, passed away Sunday, January 24, 2021 at the Graceway at Countryside Nursing Home in South Haven. She was born October 8, 1928 to Maurice and Francis Beatrice (Clairbourne) Godde in Petersburg, Virginia. Grace married James E. Mitchell on July 18, 1945 in Petersburg, Virginia. They shared 67 years of marriage before James’s passing in 2012. Grace worked at Murphy’s in South Haven for many years and also owned and operated Mitchell’s Patch of Blueberry Farm. She was a member of the Greater Faith Apostolic Church in Benton Harbor, Michigan.