Bathgate started out in 1999, spending several years in a heavy metal band before turning to folk. While in Ann Arbor, Bathgate then formed the folk trio Ambitious Brothers with Michael Beauchamp and Karl Sturk, releasing a few records before breaking up in 2005.
In 2001, Bathgate launched his solo career, while continuing to experiment with different groups for several years. He self-released multiple EPs and albums including Twilight Unlimited in 2002, Create and Consume in 2003, and Silence Is For Suckers in 2005. He would often sell his records to local Ann Arbor music store Encore Records.
In 2007 Bathgate signed to Quite Scientific Records. April 2011 saw the release of his second nationally-distributed full length album, “Salt Year”.
Edited by KeithJones on 12 Mar 2012, 22:42
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