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Parker McCollum With Guest Kyle Park
102 Front Street
Stockville, NE 69042

Date: Saturday, August 07 2021 08:00 PM
Doors: 6:30 PM - This event is All Ages
Promoter: Frontier County Fair
 
Headliner:
   Parker McCollum
Special Guest:
   Kyle Park
PARKER McCOLLUM - Country superstars aren't made overnight. Not the ones that last, at least. Instead, they're built the old-school way: show by show, fan by fan, and song by song. Just ask Parker McCollum, the Texas native and relentless road warrior whose success is the result of hard work, honest songwriting, and a lifelong dedication to creating real country music."

Show by show, fan by fan, and song by song, Parker McCollum keeps swinging.

KYLE PARK - Growing up during a time when mainstream radio could still show love to throwbacks, Kyle Park was soaking up the tunes of Roger Miller, Merle Haggard, George Jones and the list goes on. It was his Dad that introduced him to classic country, the lyrically driven storytelling of Opry legends that would eventually help mold him into the artist that he is today.

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Raised outside Houston in Conroe, TX, Parker began selling out venues in his home state long before he released his first major-label single, "Pretty Heart." From the start, he was something different: a larger-than-life musician who blended the raw, honest songwriting of his Texas heroes with the pop-friendly polish of his Nashville contemporaries. It was a sound forged from the best parts of both worlds, glued by together by a young star whose work ethic had been shaped by the childhood summers he spent on his grandfather's ranch in Limestone County, waking up early every morning to take care of the cattle.

Parker's musical tastes were influenced by his family, too, from his grandfather's love of golden-age country music - including icons like Porter Wagoner and George Strait - to the left-of-center albums by Todd Snider, Chris Knight, and Rodney Crowell that his brother would gift him at Christmas. By the time Parker turned 14 years old, he wasn't just daydreaming about a career in music; he was actively preparing for it, sharpening his guitar playing, harmonica skills, and songwriting chops while others his age were still playing Little League.

"I wanted to be a successful country musician and a good songwriter, and I understood the path I needed to take to get there," says Parker. "It all comes down to respect - respecting country music, respecting those who came before you, and respecting your opportunities. At a young age, I realized how important it was to be genuine, honest, and respectful, and to outwork everybody."
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