Walter Palmer plays his accordion (and sings) outside of Frontier Field before and after baseball and soccer games, adding a little old time charm of going to a game. He also plays in the underground hallway connecting the parking garage with the War Memorial before and after hockey, basketball and lacrosse games, as well as concerts.
Walter can also be found performing in the East End on busy weekend evenings; specifically, on the corner of East Avenue and Alexander Street.
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2006-10-22 07:54:03 I used to process the photos that Walter sells and he was always a really nice guy. —DanMcKeown
2007-03-30 11:08:38 Apparently he goes through a few accordians every year. (I heard him talking on a radio show.) —BadFish
2007-10-10 00:21:18 nice guy, a good addition to any sporting event —JohnJoseph
2007-10-10 23:52:39 I went to the Bob Dylan concert last evening at RIT, and Walter Palmer was there, playing away on his accordion. —AlexanderGartley
2009-05-19 22:57:52 This guy rocks! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=imal3uOWeeA —MikeDixon
2010-09-12 02:35:10 I just saw Walter at the Vampire Weekend show at the Armory. He was singing "Blowing in the Wind" at the Bob Dylan show at RIT. I was hoping for one of the band's songs last night. Still, great guy! Friendly too! Keep it up, Walter! —EricHepler
2016-08-16 15:40:10 Bob Lonsberry interviews Walter regarding Rochester Red Wings security telling him to move away from the stadium. Bob & Walter Interview —RocPic