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Millsap announces new disc

Wednesday, February 14, 2018 – Parker Millsap will release his third full band album, "Other Arrangements," on May 4 via Thirty Tigers.

Millsap, 24, incorporates rock, blues and pop. He has been branded more of an Americana artist on previous releases. Millsap also announced a tour set to begin in his native Oklahoma in May.

"Other Arrangements" was co-produced with Grammy award-winning engineer/producer Gary Paczosa and Grammy award-winning engineer Shani Gandhi at Echo Mountain Recording in Asheville, N.C. and Minutia Studio in Nashville. Along with band-mates Daniel Foulks (fiddle) and Michael Rose (bass), Millsap is joined by Paddy Ryan on drums/percussion and backup singers including Odessa, Shirley and Calvin Settles, and Jillette Johnson.

The track listing is:
Fine Line
Your Water
Singing To Me
Other Arrangements
Let a Little Light In
Tell Me
Gotta Get To You
Good Night
Coming On
Some People
Come Back When You Can't Stay (co-written with Jillette Johnson)

Tour dates are:
May 4-5 - Norman, OK - Sooner Theatre
May 6 - Perkins, OK - The Old Church
May 8 - Dallas, TX - Granada Theatre w/ Jillette Johnson
May 9 - Austin, TX - The Parish w/ Jillette Johnson
May 10 - Houston, TX - Continental Club w/ Jillette Johnson
May 12 - New Orleans, LA - The Parish House of Blues w/ Jillette Johnson
May 14 - Memphis, TN - Growlers w/ Jillette Johnson
May 15 - Birmingham, AL - The Saturn w/ Jillette Johnson
May 20 - Nashville, TN - 3rd & Lindsley w/ Jillette Johnson
May 31 - Newport, KY - Southgate House
June 1 - Chicago, IL - Lincoln Hall
June 2 - Iowa City, IA - TBA
June 3 - St. Paul, MN - Turf Club
June 5 - Milwaukee, WI - The Back Room @ Colectivo
June 6 - Indianapolis, IN - Hi-Fi
June 13 - Washington, D.C. - Black Cat
June 14 - New York, NY - Bowery Ballroom

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