If you see a van covered in solar panels traveling through your hometown, don't be alarmed. It may be the experimental
indie rock band Cloud Cult on their way to stage a live show at a venue near you. With songs like You Were Born and Lucky
Today, which you may remember from an animated Esurance commercial, Cloud Cult really knows how to put on a stellar show!
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The band Cloud Cult is on Cloud Nine these days pursuing their passions of music and environmental causes. An aggressive
tour schedule and appearances on Carson Daly and MTV along with features in Rolling Stone and Spin, have helped spark interest
in the band, their music and their altruism. As avid environmentalists, lead singer Craig Minowa and his wife, Connie, formed
Earthology, a non-profit environmental organization, which includes an Earthology Records branch. Earthology Records main
concentration is helping to green the music industry. Through Earthology, Minowa has also developed the first 100 percent
post-consumer recycled CD packages in the American market. The Earthology Records headquarters is located on an organic farm,
fueled by geothermal energy and constructed partly from reclaimed wood and recycled plastic. The band has planted several
thousand trees and consistently contribute to projects that build wind turbines as revenue generators on Native American Reservations.
With their name drawn from the ancient prophecies of indigenous North Americans, Cloud Cult originally developed as a solo
studio project of Craig Minowa in 1995. Minowa enlisted several other musicians to contribute to his solo recordings. Initially,
the band's work garnered them offers from various record labels, but Cloud Cult selected to take the route of self-publishing.
The band has released several studio albums, including Aurora Borealis, which earned the band an Artist of the Year award
at the 2004 Minnesota Music Awards.
From St. John's Block Party in Rochester, Minnesota, to the Bowery Ballroom in New York to Coachella, Cloud Cult has never
been afraid to pack up their environmentally sound van and hit the road. To find out where they will be headed next, make
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One of the most appealing things about Cloud Cult is their passion and uniqueness. For instance, as Cloud Cult began to
perform live, one of their show's special features was the live painting by Scott West and Connie Minowa. They each completed
a painting during the show that was auctioned off at the end. To be a part of Cloud Cult's next tour is, just stay tuned to
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