A Brief Background on 58 Greene
In 1993, four young members of the University of Michigan got together in a small dormitory practice room to make some music. The room’s number: 58 Greene. Since then, the “band” started to add more and more members, and became a strongly knit A Cappella group throughout the years. 58 Greene’s goal is to share the love of music with everybody through the group’s semester concerts and overall promotion on campus.
58 Greene’s logo, a turtle, is named Corundum after the various reasons the mineral has in common with the group. Whether Corundum is the second hardest mineral on earth and that 58 Greene is the second oldest co-ed A Cappella group on campus, or the strength on the Carbon and Oxygen bonds that bring together the mineral into a collection of molecules, 58 Greene’s love for turtles is endless.