Parker signs with Warner
Parker has several major publishing credits to his name including "Lonely One" on Luke Combs' debut platinum record "This One's For You," "1, 2 Many" and recent streaming hit "Forever After All" and Jake Owen's number one single "Homemade."
He joined the first three weeks of Combs' What You See Is What You Get tour alongside Ashley McBryde last year, with the remaining dates anticipated to resume in August.
"I've dreamed for nearly my whole life of signing a record deal, but even in my dreams, I never imagined I'd be able to work with a team as devoted and driven as the folks at Warner are," said Parker. "I'm super thankful for them seeing something in me and giving this opportunity to a small town Georgia boy. I can't wait to get back on the road and share this excitement with all of the fans who I miss so much."
Hailing from the small town of Stewart, Ga., Parker began singing at three years old for small church crowds. After years of practice and building his confidence, he picked up a guitar at age 14 and taught himself, pulling his inspiration from Keith Whitley, Merle Haggard, Waylon Jennings, Travis Tritt and Alan Jackson. At 18, Parker expanded his talents into piano, both of which reflect in his music today. He relocated to Nashville in 2015, landing a publishing deal with River House / Warner Chappell two years later in September 2017.
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