WYCE @ Wealthy : Valentine's Day with Cameron Blake!

posted by Chris Kotcher on 02/13/2021

Michigan-born Cameron Blake brings his passionate, lyric-driven, indie-folk chamber rock to the virtual WT stage. A special Valentine's Day presentation of WYCE at Wealthy. Premiering on Facebook, YouTube, and broadcasting on GRTV this Sunday Feb 14th at 6pm Eastern.

A collaboration between WYCE, Wealthy Theatre, and GRTV; proud services of the Grand Rapids Community Media Center. To support more programming like this, learn more, or get involved; you can visit:

Sponsored by Vertigo Music

WYCE is an independent, commercial-free, community radio station serving the communities of Grand Rapids and West Michigan. Broadcasting on-air programming at 88.1 fm, and reaching out to the world through online streaming. Dedicated to providing an eclectic blend of under-represented music to the West Michigan community and beyond. Listener-sponsored, volunteer-powered.

Wealthy Theatre is a community-use, cutting-edge historic theatre in Grand Rapids Michigan. Performing arts center for films, concerts, comedy, theater, community events, private events & more. Now powering a variety of virtual events for members & organizations of our community. To learn more visit:

GRTV is a public access free-speech television station, providing the tools, training, & transmission for our community to connect and express their voice. Checkout equipment, production facilities, classes, and a platform for local creators:

Michigan-born Cameron Blake is most passionate about engaging with the parts of us that are fragile and vulnerable. This is reflected most deeply in his songs, which have touched the hearts of people all over the world. Ranging from gospel-fired, high energy roots rock to introspective folk, Cameron’s music is as diverse as his personal story. If you’ve seen him before, you know that Cameron’s performances leave a lasting, emotional impact. Whether it’s performing as a frontman or a soloist, in a sold-out amphitheater or an intimate club, Cameron gives himself fully to his audience. Described as “brilliant” (Baltimore City Paper), “impressive” (Local Spins) and “beautiful” (Washington Times), Cameron’s soulful baritone voice, powerful lyrics and physical presence make him one of Michigan’s most original and compelling live performers.

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