Parker McCollum is a road-warrior artist that leaves it all on the stage each night for the fans who have supported him and his career from the start. It is McCollum’s sole mission when up on that stage – show up and give everyone all he’s got. So when his first show at the Ascend Amphitheater in Nashville back in May hit a string of unforeseen hurtles – unfriendly weather, delays for fans and tough decisions – McCollum knew he had to come back to the open-air venue for a performance he could be proud of and one that his fans deserve. This weekend, in an effort to make-up for that evening, McCollum provided free tickets for those fans who attended his May performance and put on a night he can be proud of and certainly won’t forget.
Thank you Nashville! Last night was pure magic! pic.twitter.com/1IN7o4lfcA
— Parker McCollum (@ParkerMcCollum) September 19, 2022
“I wanted to redo this show for the fans. Our first time headlining at Ascend – it stormed until 11:00 PM that night, we go on late, there’s miscommunication between the venue and the fans, and between us and the fans. I just wanted to take responsibility for not delivering on such a big night here in Nashville and wanted to come and make it right and give everybody the opportunity to see the show for everything that it is. I’m just glad to be back and glad it worked out to give Nashville and the fans our best and that’s what it’s all about.” – Parker McCollum
Recently, Parker snagged his first CMA Awards nomination for “Best New Artist” for this year’s upcoming awards show. The nomination follows a string of honors for the breakout artist including – 2022 ACM Award for “New Male Artist of the Year,” and 2022 CMT Award for “Breakthrough Video of the Year.”
Parker, who is making his way up the country charts with “Handle On You,” is out on the road throughout the Fall. For a list of McCollum’s upcoming tour dates, visit HERE.