Celebrates First Sold-Out Show at Nashville’s Famed Exit/In
MCA Nashville’s hot newcomer Parker McCollum recently released the music video for his nostalgic tune “Pretty Heart,” watch HERE. The cinematic video was shot by Carlos Ruiz in New York City and features Parker reminiscing about a past love interest and the consequential breakup. Written by Parker along with Randy Montana, “Pretty Heart” has accumulated impressive streaming numbers since its release in September adding to Parker’s almost 200 million total streams.
“Shooting the video in New York City was a blast and really brought this song to life,” shares Parker. “2020 is already off to an amazing start with our sold-out Nashville show. I’m really excited to release more new music that I’ve been working on and share it with fans on the road.”
2020 is poised to be a breakout year for Parker who has been named an Artist to Watch by CMT, Rolling Stone, SiriusXM, MusicRow and Sounds Like Nashville. Fans and media alike continue to praise Parker with famed critic Bob Lefsetz noting, “this guy is for real. He’s writing his own songs and he built his own fan base” while Rolling Stone highlights, “he’s a no-holds-barred confessional singer-songwriter for fans of John Mayer and Jason Isbell.”
In just a few short years, Parker has toured extensively throughout the US most recently with his first sold-out stop at Nashville’s Exit/In including special guest Kylie Morgan. Additional recent sold-out shows include Billy Bob’s in Fort Worth, TX, Grizzly Rose in Denver, CO, George’s Majestic in Fayetteville, AR, Cain’s Ballroom in Tulsa, OK, Stubb’s in Austin, TX, The Jones Assembly in Oklahoma City, OK and White Oak Music Hall in Houston, TX.
For a full list of tour dates, news and more, visit www.parkermccollum.com
Fans can click HERE to listen to “Pretty Heart.”
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