Featured Artist-Halladay Blake AKA Halladay Quist

Introducing our next featured artist Halladay Blake Formally known as Halladay Quist, daughter of Montana musical legend Rob Quist!
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We chose Halladay after being inspired by her countless endeavors as a musician and so much more. She has appeared on stage with highly accomplished and award-winning artists like Jewel, Michael Martin Murphey, Korb Lund, Collin Raye, the Doobie Brothers, Berry Oaks Jr, Dennis Quaid and the Sharks. She has worked with Bernard Fowler of the Rolling Stones, Robert Davis, a guitarist and producer who has toured with Lauryn Hill, and Dave Schultz, a piano and keys phenom who tours with Goo Goo Dolls. 
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Halladay is returning to her love of rock after making an incredible career as a folk artist. Setting down the banjo and bass, she is picking up the electric guitar, creating gritty tones with soaring three part female harmonies along with her group MYNXX! Featuring her friends Serina Hart and Erica Von Kleist. Sarina has a BA degree in Theater Arts and has been featured in several film and theatrical productions. She bought a drum set at first mention of a friend wanting to start a band back in the early 2000s and has been rocking ever since! Erica, graduate of the Juilliard School has mostly featured her work as a multi-instrumentalist, having performed on Broadway and at jazz clubs and festivals worldwide. Over the past few years she's made her mark as a pianist and award-winning filmmaker. As the bassist with MYNXX Erica is now delving into the world of rock, with a focus on production and songwriting.
Truly amazing group taking the Flathead by storm performing all over the valley in places like Casey's nightclub and Under the Bigsky Montana Music Festival!
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When Halladay isn't on stage, she spends her time working with children. She has led multiple school workshops on songwriting, anti-bullying, and a new Indian Reading Series Project taking stories passed down from the Kootenai and Blackfeet tribes and sharing them in song with children. Working with a range of ages, from grade school to teenagers with the Center for Youth Justice, Halladay has found that the only pure joy in this world is giving back. She is also President for Share Your Voice Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to providing empowering opportunities for all ages to find and share their voice through the arts. She also represents The Red Road Foundation working to build sustainable living and free education centers all over the world.
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We had the honor of having Halladay as a guest speaker on our InknIkons podcast where we got to learn more about her journey. Stay tuned for the release which will be dropped here and www.inknikons.com
Announcements will be made on @exex.art and @inknikons Instagram, follow along for updates!
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 Visit www.halladayquist.com or  www.MYNXXmagic.com for more information.