Though born and raised in lower Michigan, Blake now calls Traverse City her home. With an eclectic style of writing and guitar playing, her original songs blend indie folk with blues, jazz, funk, and a little rock 'n roll, making it easy to hear her wide variety of musical influences. Blake has also been lucky enough to share the stage with the likes of the amazing Dan Bern, Levi Britton, Soul Patch is Neat, and area reggae band The FunDubMentals. When she's not playing with her current project, Blake Elliott and The Robinson Affair, she can be heard around town at various open mics, such as Mondays at TASTES of Black Star Farms in The Village, and other local venues.
Elizabeth Landry Minor is based in Traverse City and grew up as far north as the Mackinaw Bridge. Her style varies from folk singer/songwriter, Jazz and Indie Rock. You will catch her solo at her favorite coffee shops and open mics, including Open Mic Mondays at TASTES of Black Star Farms in The Village...or with her band, The Naughty Neighbors.
Mary Sue Wilkinson & Roger Brown
Mary Sue & Roger are part of local super-group, Sister Wilene...the band that headlined the very first Traverse Colantha Walker Dairy Fest!
For a printable pdf version of the schedule, click here.
*Please note: There is road construction happening in The Village! Click here for a printable map, to help you avoid the construction, once you're in the neighborhood. Detour signs are also posted.
There will be plenty of parking on Cottageview Drive, and other locations in the west campus.