The Wharf Amphitheatre | Orange Beach, Alabama
The rising star Parker McCollum will burn the Wharf Amphitheater stage down —at least, not literally— this summer as he brings his highly-anticipated concert tour to Orange Beach on July 19. See the man behind the smash hit "To Be Loved by You" perform on the famous Alabama stage, this time featuring songs from his most recent release, "Never Enough." There's no way that the two-hour concert, which is crammed with McCollum's greatest hits, will feel like enough. Be prepared to sing along to "Handle on You," "Burn it Down," "I Can't Breathe," and "Pretty Heart," just to name a few of his numerous chart-topping singles. If his songs dominate your Spotify playlist, hearing them performed live would be a delight. So be sure to secure your tickets as early as today. McCollum's show will feature support from the talented Corey Kent. Kent, who has had two singles certified platinum, "Wild as Her" and "Something's Gonna Kill Me," will put the crowd of country-rock fans on fire before Parker McCollum takes the stage and "Burns It Down." You should not miss this performance, so click the "Get Tickets" link to reserve yours.
Some people may call country music saturated with all the upcoming artists making a shot at stardom. While others may come and go, only a very few make it to the top and stay in the highly competitive industry. It takes immense talent, an ample amount of commitment, and sheer dedication to establish longevity. And one of these artists is the rising country music star Parker McCollum.
Scoring his first big hit with the song “Pretty Heart,” Parker McCollum established himself as a new star of contemporary pop country. The musician's flair and dedication to his craft have garnered him two number-one hits and RIAA Platinum status since the start of his career in Conroe, Texas.
His most recent album's track, "Handle on You," reached the top two of the Country Airplay chart in 2022. The hit song is part of his latest album “Never Enough,” which followed the highly-successful “Gold Chain Cowboy. Produced by Jon Randall, the album features McCollum teaming up with some of the best songwriters in the business, from Texas to Nashville.
"This album, Never Enough, is probably my favorite record I've ever put out!" McCollum asserts. The inspiration for the series of songs came from McCollum's high regard for and appreciation of honesty and openness. McCollum has a life-changing encounter in the midst of the desert for the premiere of the music video for the Never Enough single Burn It Down on YouTube. The single's gradual burn and exposed message will transport you back to heartbreak, which is paradoxical given Parker McCollum's fiery intensity. The album's lead single is "Slow Burn," and it's fitting that this exciting new tour will take place in 2024 under the same moniker. One of McCollum's most intimate and heartfelt works, it reflects his commitment to genuineness and spirit.
Join McCollum as he journeys in a fiery passion for his 2024 "Burn It Down Tour." The sonic aesthetic fits the lyrical metaphor of McCollum as he takes over stages in a bright and scorching performance for the next era of his career. The dates have already rolled out for the year, so mark those calendars because McCollum will be at the Wharf Amphitheatre on the 19th of July to give you the best of the best from his latest and promising album. Get your tickets now!