One Day Only
February 26, 2020

Do you love good music, but are tired of the same old Ohio Valley Bar scene?
Do you want your night out to be beneficial to how you feel?
Does an musical event that touches all your senses sound intriguing?
Well this event is for you!

Please join traveling musician, Walter Parks for a special up close & personal evening of music & good company fused with entertaining relaxation & therapy in the Himalayan Salt Sanctuary at Under The Elder Tree in Centre Market.

Lounge back on comfortable couches & cozy floor seating under the ambient twinkling stars. Breathe in deeply the benefits of salt therapy, & listen to heartfelt vibes in this intimate uplifting space.

The fusion of Entertainment & Healing…
There’s no Venue around quite like this!

Walter Parks is an amazingly talented singer/ songwriter who will be stopping by on his tour.
Read his Bio, and check out his music!

“Walter Parks is an extraordinary singer whose songs can break your heart as well as get you dancing. Lyrical and political, personal and otherworldly at the same time, transcendent as well as down to earth, Walter is a musical treasure, an artist
of the highest caliber. To hear him is to be lifted into a mystical sphere. I adore him.”
– Judy Collins

For ten years, musician and writer Walter Parks toured the world and recorded as sideman/guitarist to Woodstock legend Richie Havens. He later went on to perform with The Nudes and Swamp Cabbage and is currently performing his solo show: SWAMP BY CHANDELIER. Parks, a Florida native, presents a creative mix of swamp blues, folk and jazz delivered sometimes in an ambient style and sometime in a gritty-rootsy style. Parks’ repertoire is half originals and half covers that he performs on acoustic and electric guitars. As a solo artist Walter played the U.S., Canada, Germany and Spain. As guitarist for Mr. Havens, Parks played the entire world with notable concerts at Madison Square Garden, Carnegie Hall and The Glastonbury Festival in England. In 2014, Walter performed at Lincoln Center with Judy Collins for the Pete Seeger tribute concert. For fans of Tom Waits and Leonard Cohen this would be a recommended show.

Please feel free to BYOB for what promises to be a fabulous
Hot tea for chilling you out will be available for those choosing not to bring a drink.

Space is limited &
Advanced Reservations Required
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