Up-and-coming singer-songwriter Parker McCollum announced his 2018 Winter tour in support of his latest album, Probably Wrong. With current stops in Fort Worth, College Station, TX, Oklahoma City and Lawrence, KS, the trek goes through February, as more dates will be announced early next year.
To kick off the new year, McCollum will take the stage alongside a lineup of Lee Ann Womack, Josh Abbott Band, Sunny Sweeney and more at the 33rd Annual MusicFest in Steamboat Springs, CO. The sold-out crowd will get to witness four performances from the Austin native as he joins the lineup of this prestigious festival for the second year.
Probably Wrong is McCollum’s second full length album and features his current single “Hell of a Year.” The official music video, which recently debuted on Sounds Like Nashville, was filmed in Austin and directed by Matt Bizer of New Spacesuit.
Produced by Grammy Award-winner Lloyd Maines (Dixie Chicks, Terri Hendrix, Robert Earl Keen), the 10-track album also includes the debut single “I Can’t Breathe,” which earned McCollum his first Top 10 on Texas’ CDX Traction Chart. It also spent seven consecutive weeks at No. 1 on Texas Music Pickers’ Spotify chart.
McCollum, who has spent the last two years on the road, recently wrapped up the “Naughty or Nice” acoustic tour with Koe Wetzel.