08/14/22, 7:30 PM - 11:59 PM
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Admission: Charge. $15.00
Walter Parks returns to Blue Strawberry for a Special Woodstock Anniversary Show featuring his favorite songs and and a tribute to Richie Havens.
In August 2020 writer, guitarist and vocalist Walter Parks was invited by The Library of Congress to archive his research on and perform his arrangements of music made by southeast Georgia’s Okefinokee Swamp homesteaders – hollers, hymns and reels. For 10 years Parks, a Florida native, served as the sideman guitarist to Woodstock Festival legend Richie Havens.
Now based out of St. Louis, Walter has recently co-written with Stan Lynch, former Tom Petty drummer and has performed at various venues with R&B drum legend Bernard Purdie and at Lincoln Center with Judy Collins. Walter tours with his own trio Swamp Cabbage, with his solo show Swamp By Chandelier and with an Americana spirituals project called The Unlawful Assembly co-founded by drummer Steven Williams. In September 2021 The Unlawful Assembly released their debut recording on Atomic Sound Record Company.
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