Rising Warner Music Nashville artist Drew Parker will bring his live show to cities across the country this winter on his headlining “At The End of the Dirt Road Tour.”
Kicking off Jan. 19 in Athens, Georgia, the trek will include stops in the Carolinas, Alabama, Tennessee, Texas, Michigan, Kentucky, Minnesota, Massachusetts, Illinois and more through the beginning of March. Noah Hicks, Sarah Allison Turner and Meghan Patrick will join for select dates. Tickets for the trek are on sale now.
Parker shared the touring news earlier this week after earning Song of the Year honor at the 2022 BMI Country Awards for Luke Combs’ “Forever After All.” The multi-week No. 1 was written by Parker, Combs and Robert Williford.
Earlier this year, the Georgia native released songs “Raised Up Right” and “Little Miss Saturday Night,” with more new music to come. The tunes follow his seven-track EP While You’re Gone, of which the title track served as Parker’s first major-label single.
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