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Rissi Palmer performs online for the Shut In and Sing Online Festival 

On Wednesday, March 25, I will be playing a 30 min set at 4pm eastern from my home on Stageit as part of the Shut in and Sing festival. Artists Megan McCormick, John Smith, and, Robert Randolph & the Family Band are also playing the same day. You have to reserve a ticket to see the show, live from your computer. There are a limited number of tickets so click HERE to reserve yours. This is a pay what you can show. See you next week!!!

Watch Country Soul Songbook Vol. 2 on Live Stream on Sunday, March 15!!! 

DUE TO COVID-19 PRECAUTIONS IN OUR LOCAL COMMUNITY, THE MARCH 15TH EDITION OF COUNTRY SOUL IS NOW A LIVE-STREAM ONLY EVENT! You can find the livestream feed at: countrysoulsongbook.com (I will also have the show on Facebook live on my artist page HERE). 

Featuring the talents of Kamara Thomas, Kym Register of LoamlandsPhil Cook, Libby Rodenbough of Mipso, and myself, and our slamtastic band... WE PLAN TO ABSOLUTELY BRING IT!! The concert (as well as other fun stuff) will take place LIVE from 2 - 6PM eastern time on Sunday, March 15th. Go to countrysoulsongbook.com for more details...

Check out the premiere of the video for "You Were Here"... 

"You Were Here (Sage's Song)", from my new album Revival, was written during the lowest of lows for a child I would never get to hold. The stats are that 1 in 4 pregnancies end in miscarriage and yet there is so much silent pain associated with them. I dedicate this to anyone who has experienced a loss of any kind, or this particuar type of loss... you are not alone. Thank you to Julienne Alexander aka YSSRS for the beautiful animation. 

Rissi sings from the Country Soul Songbook 

 

Country Soul Songbook is a high-energy community celebration that spotlights alternative voices in country-soul-Americana music-- a quarterly, seasonal, Durham-centric concert series (and Potluck!) featuring local musicians, AND an online episodic documentary series highlighting artists, Durham culture, and the places (venues, restaurants, etc.) where our community gathers. 

The larger intent of the project is to explore, discuss, and demonstrate how the country, soul, and Americana genres, and the Durham community itself, are rooted in the same history, and the same multi-race/multi-identity American soup. We want to build community bridges, and celebrate our unity-in-diversity through the irresistible power of music, food, and the good times that gather people together. 

Our first concert will take place at North Star Church of the Arts on Sunday, November 24th, 2019. Featured artists include Kamara Thomas, Rissi Palmer, Phil Cook, Kym Register, and Shana Tucker. 

Additional concerts will take place seasonally starting in March 2020. Each concert will feature a combination of artists' original tunes, and curated songs from the existing country-soul-Americana canon. 

The pilot episode of the web series will complete filming in 2019 and begin airing online in Spring 2020, with regular episodes to follow. Purchase tickets HERE

Airdates and times for In Studio with Rissi Palmer 

It was a tremendous honor to be included in this series of intimate concerts with Tift Merritt and The Kruger Brothers and I'm really excited for you all to see the finished product!!! In Studio with Rissi Palmer will premier on UNC-TV on Thursday, September 12th at 9:30 pm.  It will also air, Friday, Sept. 13th at 10:30pm and Thursday, October 3rd at 9:30pm. Click HERE to see the whole performance.

Rissi Palmer featured in Our State Magazine's September issue 

Thank you to Mark Kemp, Eddie Huffman, Eric Waters, Dean Driver, and the beautiful Doodad Farm for having me and including me. If you haven't been there to see a show, you're really missing out. You can read about the Doodad Farm and see what I looked like 10 days before having a baby lol HERE... 

 

Rissi Palmer performing her new album, Revival, at the ArtsCenter on August 22 

 

I will be playing my new album, Revival, in it's entirety at The ArtsCenter at Carrboro on Thursday, August 22. There will be special appearances by Al Strong, Shana Tucker, Gordon Hartin, Omar Ruiz-Lopez & Lizzy Ross from Violet Bell, Branden Williams, and an opening set by XOXOK. Here are the details:

Where: The ArtsCenter,300-G East Main St. Carrboro NC 27510

When: Thursday, August 22 at 8pm

How Much: $15 , TICKETS

 

You can pre-order your copy of Revival HERE.