Rising country music star Parker McCollum gives his all each night for the fans who have supported him and his career from the start, always striving to show up to every venue and leave it all on stage.
When his first show at Nashville’s Ascend Ampitheater in May hit a string of unforeseen obstacles–unfriendly weather, delays for fans and tough decisions–McCollum knew he had to come back to the outdoor venue and give the kind of performance he could be proud of, one that his fans deserve.
This weekend, he did just that. The singer-songwriter provided free tickets for those fans who attended his previous performance, and put on a night both he and the crowd certainly won’t forget.
MCA Nashville artist Catie Offerman, who recently made her Grand Ole Opry debut, and The Valory Music Co. rising singer-songwriter Conner Smith kicked off the show, pumping up the audience with their positive energy and incredible performances.
McCollum took the stage later, simultaneously taking every opportunity to express his appreciation for his fans and their support. He sang his heart out with performances of “Like A Cowboy,” “Meet You in the Middle” and his latest single “Handle On You.” Per the crowd’s request, he also performed “Hell of a Year” off of his 2017 album Probably Wrong, as well as two new songs, “Stone” and “Speed.”
“I just wanted to take responsibility for not delivering on such a big night here in Nashville. I wanted to come make it right and give everybody the opportunity to see the show for everything that it is,” McCollum shared with the audience. “I’m just glad to be back and glad it worked out to give Nashville and the fans our best. That’s what it’s all about.”
McCollum recently scored his first CMA Award nomination for Best New Artist, following honors such as 2022 ACM Award for New Male Artist of the Year and 2022 CMT Award for Breakthrough Video of the Year.
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