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article imageParker McCollum to embark on winter 2018 tour

By Markos Papadatos     Dec 19, 2017 in Music
Rising singer-songwriter Parker McCollum has announced his 2018 winter tour dates, which will be in support of his latest album "Probably Wrong."
McCollum's winter tour will include stops all over Texas and Oklahoma CIty, with additional show dates to be announced in the New Year.
In addition, McCollum will be sharing the stage with such acclaimed artists as Lee Ann Womack, Josh Abbott Band, Sunny Sweeney at the 33rd Annual MusicFest in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. This will mark his second year performing at this music festival.
Probably Wrong is McCollum's sophomore studio album, which features his latest single "Hell of a Year." The song's official music video, was filmed in Austin, Texas, and it was directed by Matt Bizer of New Spacesuit. It was subsequently produced by Grammy-winning producer Lloyd Maines, who has worked with such artists as The Dixie Chicks and Robert Earl Keen.
A true road warrior, McCollum has been out on the road touring for the past two years, and he wrapped up the "Naughty or Nice" acoustic tour with Koe Wetzel.
To learn more about up-and-coming country singer-songwriter Parker McCollum, his music and touring schedule, check out his official Facebook page, and his website.
Probably Wrong is available on iTunes.
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