In ALL WIGGED OUT, Grammy® Award-winner Marcy Marxer uses her renowned musical mastery and eclectic wit, storytelling, and comedy to share her firsthand experiences with breast cancer. Starting with
a funky mammogram in June 2015 and ending shortly after her last chemo pill in spring of 2021, Marxer traces her transition from award-winning virtuosic musician to artist struggling with chemo-induced neuropathy, and her path back to touring musician.

Marcy is joined by partner Cathy Fink, Stacy McMichael (bass) and Janet Cramer (drums). ALL WIGGED OUT not only tells Marcy’s story, but also helps medical professionals, friends, family, and even strangers learn how they can best support those with cancer, all while keeping a sense of humor.

Filmed by the Emmy Award winning HMS Media in Evanston, IL before a live audience. Directed by Tracy Walsh. Run time: 58 minutes.

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Download EPK for Presenters HERE.

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Institute of Musical Traditions
C/o Loralyn Coles
PO Box 2583
Merrifield, VA 22116

OR via GoFundMe HERE.

Booking Contact:
Jim Fleming
jim@flemingingartists.com

General Inquiries:
info@cathymarcy.com

ALL WIGGED OUT is fiscally sponsored by the Institute of Musical Traditions, a 501 ©3 non-profit.
 
“Rarely has a lemon - Cancer - been made into sweeter lemonade than this… a hilarious and deeply moving event filled with genuine humor and great songs. Don’t miss it!”

Tom Paxton, GRAMMY® Lifetime Achievement Award Winner

“Laughter and tears I didn’t know I needed.”

Lillian Werbin, CEO Elderly Instruments, Daughter of Breast Cancer Survivor

“This needs to be seen by patients, nurses, and docs in the field. Thank you for giving me more insight to better care for my patients.”

Lisa Thieme, RN, BSN, Oncology Certified Nurse

“All Wigged Out is also about the caregiver/advocate and her parallel journey, and ultimately it's about love, of and for one another, something we all reach for. And how many thousands of households in the world can tell and relate to that story?”

Michael J. Miles, Musician

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