Groove to the music with a fabulous line-up of all-day entertainment. Our talented artists are ready to knock your socks off with new and original music.
3:00 pm | E Minor
4:30 pm | G-Snacks
6:00 pm | Carsie Blanton
7:30 pm | Oh Brother, Big Sister
Please note: all times are approximate.
Oh Brother Big Sister
Oh Brother Big Sister is an eclectic sensation! This brother and sister duo from Northern Michigan covers the music spectrum with entrancing harmonies and ingenious musical arrangements. With a comfortable, comedic essence that makes you feel like you’re with old friends in the comfort of your happy place; the BIG-sister-little-brother duo deliver music that encompasses a wide variety of music genres with an original acoustic sound that makes each performance an experience.
Penny and Radel Rosin hail from a small speck on the mitten where they were raised in a family with deep musical roots which will be obvious in their passion for music and ease in entertaining. If you are searching for a fresh, distinctive sound with an element of surprise- the search is over- Oh Brother Big Sister is pure pleasure.
Carsie Blanton is a singer/songwriter based in New Orleans. Her albums range from folk and pop (Buoy, 2009) through Americana and rock (Idiot Heart, 2012; Rude Remarks, 2013), to classic jazz (Not Old, Not New, 2014). Her live performances, which include material from every album, are praised for their wit, humor, and captivating charm.
Carsie has toured extensively throughout North America and Europe since 2006, as a headliner and as support for Paul Simon, The Wood Brothers, Loudon Wainwright III, The Weepies, Shawn Colvin and many more. In addition to four full-length albums and two EPs, she has gained popularity for her blog (which tackles questions of love and sexuality) and music videos (including Baby Can Dance and Backbone).
“It might seem counterintuitive for one of Americana’s best modern songwriters to take on the Great (Old) American Songbook… [but] rarely does a little something sound both so inviting and this deep—and, in relighting these songs with the warm glow of the Crescent City (“lazy” and “sleepy” get used a lot), Blanton gives them a new context: sexual liberation as a serious hobby.” – OffBeat Magazine on Not Old, Not New
G-Snacks is a group of musicians with a wide variety of influences. They play a unique style of music they callElectronic Funk Metal, guaranteed to make you dance and rage hard. They love playing music and want you to love experiencing it. Founded from an 18-hour jam session that took place on Long Lake, the members of G Snacks – Griffin on guitar, Jimmy Olson on vocals/keys, Kellen Wressell on bass/keys/vocals, Justin Perry on drums, and Jake Childs as lighting engineer – are longtime friends who have played in previous groups together.
E Minor is a minor scale in music based on the note E – and it also happens to be the stage moniker of aspiring local singer/songwriter Elizabeth Landry, who’s been causing a buzz around Traverse City with her “smoky folk” melodies. She’s obviously got enough happening musically to fund that album and keep her fan base continually growing.” Kristi Kates – The Northern Express
Originally from the very northern tip of the Mitten, E Minor is now based in Traverse City Michigan. Elizabeth Landry was born into a family heavily influenced by music and arts. Elizabeth grew up traveling and performing music with her four sisters and father. Who were always surrounded by music influenced by father and working musician James Landry aka Majjic.
Although E Minor is well known in many parts of the Mitten, her music is well traveled. Touring nationally and playing many well-known theaters, breweries, festivals and venues.