August 30, 2017 | 5 – 7 pm
Good tunes. Good pours. Good times.
You’ve made it through three full days of the workweek, it’s time to reward yourself! Enjoy live music by Miriam Pico & E Minor on the patio at CGT, accompanied by delicious wine and breathtaking scenery.
Back by popular demand – Chef Perry’s Flights & Bites! Enjoy a wine flight paired with a house-made small bite for $10. Full patio menu, wine by the glass, hard cider, and wine tastings also available during the event.
This event is free of charge and open to the public. For full summer schedule and patio offerings, please click here.
About Miriam Pico
With her talent, spark and smile, it is easy to see why audiences all over the country rave about Miriam’s unmatched vocal versatility and her long-admired songwriting.
Multiple time winner of both The Northern Express’ “Best Solo Artist” award and Traverse Magazine’s “Red Hot Best Singer/Songwriter” award, it is easy to see why “Miriam Pico rules the nightly music scene”. – Brooks Vanderbush, Traverse Bay Family magazine.
Miriam is a professional, touring singer/songwriter based in Traverse City, Michigan. She began her career as a vocalist at the age of eleven, singing for weddings and church services. She has spent the past two decades fine-tuning her art; strengthening her voice, crafting new songs, collaborating with top Michigan musicians and expanding her repertoire. She averages 200 paid musical performances a year, performing her unique blend of folk, jazz and pop into each song. Miriam is also the creator of Little Bird School of Song, her interactive hour of music, dancing and learning with children ages 0-5. For more information visit www.miriampicomusic.com.
About E Minor
Originally from the very northern tip of the Mitten, E Minor is based in Traverse City Michigan. Elizabeth Landry was born into a musical family, and raised to be influenced by all of the arts. She started singing as soon as she could talk, and also studied ballet from the age of 4 until 25. She grew up singing with her 4 sisters while her father played piano. At 11 years old Elizabeth wrote her very first song, and performed for the first time in front of a crowd while traveling with her family in Ireland. It was the magic of the folk music in Ireland and getting close to her heritage, that made her realize that she too is a folk musician. And from that moment on her dream lived.