Red Rocks Amphitheatre | Morrison, Colorado
Red Rocks Amphitheatre will once again become a haven of country-pop-rock tunes this summer as the country star Parker McCollum returns to the iconic Colorado venue for his highly-anticipated "Burn It Down" tour. Catch the "To Be Loved by You" hitmaker as he set the Red Rocks stage on fire this August 25. This is going to be another epic concert as he will sport the new songs from his latest album, "Never Enough." The two-hour jam-packed concert will never be enough, for sure, as you immerse yourself in a show filled with McCollum's career-defining hit songs. Expect to be singing along to his hits like "Hell of a Year," "I Can't Breathe," and "Pretty Heart," among many others. It wouldn't be complete without him performing his newer hits, including "Handle on You" and "Burn it Down." Opening for McCollum's Red Rocks concert is Corey Kent. Best known for his platinum-certified singles "Wild as Her" and "Something's Gonna Kill Me," Kent will ignite the crowd of country-rock lovers before Parker McCollum takes center stage and sets it on fire — Burn it Down, if you will! So be sure to get your tickets as early as today because this concert is not to be missed.
Parker McCollum is among the looked-forward artists in the Americana scene, ready to rise the ranks with his creative approach to the genre. He is known to infuse rock & roll, soul, and indie sensibilities into his style. Already a budding singer/songwriter, he has gained praise and attention this past few years and continues to make a name for himself. He already has chart toppers and RIAA-certified records under his belt, and more as he releases new songs in the future.
McCollum is a Conroe, Texas native. Born in 1992, he had early exposure to country stars like Willie Nelson and Buck Owens. Thanks to his family, he also goes to explore red dirt country subgenre artists such as Cross Canadian Ragweed and Chriss Knight. His influences grew larger in his teenage years while working on his father's ranch, being exposed to the songs of Bob Dylan and Townes Van Zandt. However, out of all the artists that he grew fond of, it was George Strait with whom he found an affinity and became his true influence.
With music turning into his passion, McCollum decided to dabble in multiple instruments during his childhood. He picked up a violin when he was in primary school and moved on to playing the guitar during his teenage years. By the time he was already thirteen, he was already experimenting with sounds from the genres he grew to love. He then began writing his songs. Gigs followed afterward.
In 2015, the young artist debuted his album "The Limestone Kid." The record showed his potential and was praised by many critics. "Probably Wrong" followed in 2017. This was his debut on the Billboard charts, peaking at the top 6 in the Heatseekers chart. Gaining momentum in his career, he was signed with Universal Music Group in 2019 and released his hit song "Pretty Heart." His third album, "Gold Chain Cowboy," came out in 2021 with huge success, solidifying his spot among the nominees during the year's New Male Artist of the Year at the American Country Music Awards. This year, he released the latest album in his repertoire entitled "Never Enough."
On his "Burn it Down" tour next year, the country star will perform at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre in August. 25. Opening for this concert is Corey Kent, who is also among today's breakout country artists. He is known for the platinum-certified singles "Wild as Her" and "Something's Gonna Kill Me."
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