Country Music sensation Parker McCollum kicks it up a notch in the PNW.

Parker McCollum, the Burn It Down Tour 2024 - With Larry Fleet and King Calaway, Friday, January 19th, 2024 at Angel of The Winds Arena in Everett, WA

Parker McCollum, LIVE NATION
Parker McCollum, LIVE NATION

Parker McCollum - Coming to Everett, WA in January 2024

Parker McCollum is a rising star in the world of country music. Born on June 15, 1992, in Conroe, Texas, he discovered his passion for music at a young age and began playing the guitar and writing songs as a teenager. McCollum's unique blend of country, rock, and Americana influences has earned him a dedicated fan base and critical acclaim.

In 2015, he independently released his debut album, "The Limestone Kid," which garnered attention in the Texas music scene. His breakthrough came with the 2019 release of "Hollywood Gold," which featured hit singles like "Pretty Heart" and "Like a Cowboy." "Pretty Heart" achieved platinum certification and catapulted him into the national spotlight.

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Known for his introspective songwriting and emotive vocals, McCollum's music often explores themes of love, heartbreak, and self-discovery. His authentic storytelling resonates with audiences across the country, making him a compelling figure in contemporary country music.

Parker McCollum continues to tour and create music that strikes a chord with listeners, solidifying his place as a promising young talent in the genre. With a growing discography and a bright future ahead, he remains an artist to watch in the ever-evolving landscape of country music.

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