Songwriters’ night at the Manchester Gazebo
Two talented, homegrown singers and songwriters will appear together this Thursday night at the Manchester Gazebo.
Natalie Mae Palms and Billy King, both beloved local singers, will combine their music, voices, and instruments as they perform their unique folk/roots sound to an appreciative hometown audience.
Natalie, a graduate of Manchester High School, now is a resident of New Orleans. She grew up with a love of music in her home and she learned how to play a number of instruments while taking her songwriting talents seriously. We are fortunate to have her back in Manchester for this special evening performance!
Billy King grew up, lived on, and helped run his family’s organic farm, Frog Holler, in nearby Brooklyn. He’s been lucky to play at some great venues and festivals throughout the state. Thanks to his Dad, a songwriter and music lover himself, Billy got started at a very young age (even performing at the gazebo with his brothers) and has continued ever since.
In addition to the gazebo concert at 7:30 pm, the St. Mary’s Ice Cream Social will also be taking place across the street on the village green in front of St. Mary Church. So come out, enjoy a delicious meal and fellowship with your neighbors, before heading over for an extended evening of terrific music.
This is the next-to-last Gazebo Concert of this season. We are grateful for the support of our 2017 sponsors–5 Healthy Towns (Manchester Wellness Coalition), Frank’s Place, Over the Edge Sports Bar, Adiska Dental, LaRock Dental, and Shar Music. Donations received from the audience during the free concerts are also much appreciated; our community has supported this amazing tradition for more than 29 years!
See you at the Gazebo on West Main Street, 7:30 pm on Thursday.