A new original Rissi Palmer song included in The Durham Nutcracker!!! 

I have had the distinct pleasure of working with the amazing talent at Walltown Children's Theatre for three years now. Each Christmas, they put on "The Durham Nutcracker" (Tchaikovsky with a Durham twist) and I'm super excited because this year, Cynthia let me write a NEW song and scene for the play!!! I hope that you will check out these beautiful and talented children as they act, dance, and sing their hearts out. Tickets are on sale now and there are discounts for group tickets, you can purchase them HERE.

Soul Of Cash...available TODAY!!! 

"Thanks to his passionate delivery and gift for interpretation, Owens successfully proves that the songs of Johnny Cash belong every bit in the soul canon as they do in country." - Joseph Hudak, Rolling Stone Magazine

 

A year ago, I got a phone call to come sing on a project that bridges the gap between Country and Soul music...and I immediately said "YES!!!". Brian Owens brought together some incredible musicians and singers to perform song from an iconic American artist, Johnny Cash, and I'm honored to have been among them. It's authentic, soulful, and a beautiful tribute to a great artist. Soul of Cash features "Ring of Fire", "Folsom Prison", and an original song written by myself and Brian called "Soul in My Country". You can read more about it at RollingStone.com and get a copy on Itunes, Amazon, and Spotify.  I will also be performing at the album release party in Nashville on Friday, Oct. 13, RSVP HERE for the show!!!

Introducing WeAreSeeds.net 

 

 

Over the last year, I've been racking my brain, trying to figure out what I could do to add to the discourse that is happening in this country right now and do it in a positive way. A dear friend suggested I combine my love of children and current events and she sparked something in me. I thought, If we as adults can't wrap our minds around what's happening, imagine how confusing it must be for children? The result is this blog, WeAreSeeds.net, focused on "raising happy, healthy, socially conscious, intellectual, and spiritually strong children in the 'Post-Truth' Resistance Era". The name was inspired by my upcoming album, Seeds, and a proverb that states: “They tried to cut us down, they didn’t know we were seeds.”  I will feature articles, videos, quotes, and cartoons aimed at how to equip our children for the very adult social issues they face these days. I hope that you'll visit, find things that are helpful, and even contribute to the content on the page. May many conversations be started and hearts and minds changed because of content of this blog...

 

I pray love, peace, and understanding for us all,

 

Rissi

Rissi Palmer Songwriting and Vocal Performance Camp, July 10-14!!! 


July 10-14, I will be teaching a Songwriting/Vocal Performance camp for kids ages 8-16 at Walltown Children's Theatre in Durham. We'll be composing, learning a little theory, as well as exploring movement and using our voices. It will be a great time!!! There are a few spots left...reserve your spot or get more information today by clicking HERE.

ST LOUIS...I'm coming home!!! 

ST LOUIS!!! I'm coming home. I'm SO excited to come back and be a part of this amazing show with Brian Owens The Vaughans, Dylan McDonald, and the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra!!!  Put it on your calendars now: Sunday, May 21!!! Check the article out HERE and purchase tickets HERE

In addition to this show, I will be performing solo on the 19th and 20th:

Friday, May 19: 
Dark Room at The Grandel 
3610 Grandel Sq. , St. Louis, MO 63103 
5-7pm 
Tickets: FREE!!! 

Saturday, May 20: 
Wood House Concerts
Clayton, MO 
7-10pm 
Tickets: This is a house concert that is open to the public, but there are only a limited number of seats. You MUST RSVP to reserve a seat by emailing Rick Wood at rickwood8141@gmail.com (please include number in your party). The host will provide the address and other important information. Suggested donation for this show is $18 adv/$20 DOS per person. As always, all this donated money goes to the artist.

 

I can't wait for this weekend of music, I hope I'll see you out!!!
 

 

 

Join me at the 16th Annual African American Cultural Celebration at the North Carolina Museum of History in Raleigh... 




I am excited to be a part of the statewide kickoff to Black History Month at the North Carolina Museum of History in Raleigh. Named a Top 20 Event by the Southeast Tourism Society, the 16th annual African American Cultural Celebration will feature more than 75 musicians, storytellers, dancers, chefs, historians, playwrights, authors, artists, reenactors, and more. Click HERE for more info on this event. I take the stage at 4pm. 

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Feb8

Noble Live presents Rissi Palmer

Richmond, VA

The potlock will begin at 6:30pm and the show will start at 7:30pm. This show has limited seating, you must message to reserve your seat at: noblelive@comcast.net The host will provide you with the address and other important information. Since this is a private concert, there are no “tickets”, you simply pay a donation. The suggested donation is $15-20.

Feb9

Music On the Heights presents Rissi Palmer

Ashburn, VA

Hearty snacks and refreshments (both alcoholic and non) will be served, however you are welcome to bring your own food and beverages.

We will open our doors for folks to mingle and meet the artists at 7:30 p.m. Music will begin at 8:00 pm.

Suggested donation, collected at the door: $15-20 (100% of all contributions are given directly to the artists) (Cash only)

Artist's merchandise (CDs, etc). will be available for sale, so bring a little extra cash. ;)

RSVP for the address.

For more information about Rissi Palmer see: https://www.rissipalmermusic.com/home https://www.facebook.com/RissiPalmerOfficial/

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