Sunday, July 23, 2017



I have an exciting update on Lincolnshire- based singer Michelle Palmer.
Since last year Michelle Palmer (who last year sung live at BBC Music Day for Lincolnshire) and entered the classical charts at number 2 with her EP Serenity, produced by Grammy nominated producer Chris Craker, has developed her career as an international recording artist and has lots to tell everyone - this will be a great boost for this area.
Michelle recently was invited to perform in the presence of Earl Spencer and well known celebrities such as Pamela Anderson in their family home at Althorp for Princess Diana Awards and Global Gift Foundation,  being featured in the Daily Mail and in Hello magazine News channel in Spain amongst other well known newspapers in Spain (Global Gift is Spanish based).

Michelle has also recently been signed with one of Ireland's biggest agents - A.M.A Music Agency who also represent one of her inspirations in music - Gilbert O'Sullivan. They have big plans for Michelle which include a theatre tour in Ireland and interviews on The Late Late Show.

Michelle will be recording her debut album soon, having her own original music featured on it and 'Kiss the Rain' by platinum selling pianist Yiruma, which she recently was approved to write lyrics for and will be recording a music video with him also later in the year.  Chris Craker will also work with Michelle on this new vocal rendition she has arranged.
Closer to home Michelle will once again be supporting Child of the Year Awards in Scunthorpe on 12th August where she will join actor from Eastenders Scott Maslen in presenting awards and will be performing inspiring songs for all the children. Sadly Ebony Smith died who she raised money for in a benefit concert but they will be honouring her memory by naming an award after her.

Michelle has updated her website for more information -

N.F. ADDS: Our picture shows Michelle in Brigg during a visit to a wedding fair at the Angel Suite a few years ago. She is based in our district.

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