A 180: Paul Warnick to Appear at Manchester's Palace Theater with 80's Icons 'Air Supply'

MANCHESTER — Fresh off his recent appearance with country legend Clint Black, Paul Warnick will take the stage at the historic Palace Theatre in Manchester, on Friday April 19 as the opening act for the Australian Pop Rock Band "Air Supply."
Formed in 1975 by the duo of Russell Hitchcock and Graham Russell who met on the set of "Jesus Christ,
Superstar," Air Supply has churned out a string of chart topping hits including "Lost In Love," "Without You" (Can't Live), "All Out Of Love," and "Making Love Out OfNothing At All."
Warnick will perform as a soloist to open the evening with a mix of original songs from
his own body of work along with songs written by his close friend and musical colleague Rick
Page including: "The Backseat," "Do It Again," and "Lack of Passion."
Warnick has also appeared at the historic venue in support of John Sebastian (Lovin' Spoonful) and The Little River Band.
Tickets for the concert are available at the Palace Theatre's website: www.palacetheatre.org or by calling
the box office at 603-668-5588.