McCollum, Zimmerman release new CDs
Friday, May 12, 2023 – Parker McCollum, released his new album, "Never Enough." This comes out on the heels of McCollum's third consecutive number one hit, "Handle On You. Produced by Jon Randall, McCollum helped write 14 of the 15 songs. The release is the follow-up to his 2021 major label debut "Gold Chain Cowboy." McCollum earned his first-ever number one hit with his Double-Platinum-certified debut single, "Pretty Heart," and his follow-up Platinum-certified single, "To Be Loved By You," another chart topper.
Illinois native Bailey Zimmerman, who first gained a following on TikTok just a few years ago, is out with his full-length debut, "Religiously. The Album" on Warner Music Nashville/Elektra. The singer/songwriter is featured as a co-writer on 11 of the 16 tracks, including his current single, "Religiously." Zimmerman enjoyed a big hit with "Rock And A Hard Place."
Veteran Tracy Lawrence is out with "Live at Billy Bob's," recorded at the Texas venue.
- 03/17/23: Zimmerman "Religiously" announces album
- 02/17/23: For McCollum, it's "Never Enough"
- 12/02/22: McCollum gets "Stoned"
- 11/22/22: McColllum sets date for tour
- 09/15/22: Zimmerman plans to "Leave The Light On"
- 05/18/22: McCollum injures finger - no guitar for eight weeks
- 03/11/22: McCollum plays it Strait
- 10/16/20: McCollum, SCR, Adkins release new music
Parker McCollum hasn't made a truly great album (yet), but "Never Enough" comes close. There are many standout tracks on this 15-cut release, and most of them are well worth revisiting again and again. We had a hint that good things were on their way when McCollum released the single "Handle On You," which sounded like mainstream country music, yet still found plenty of room for overt steel guitar in its mix. Plus, it was an old school heartbroken drinking song, and not ...
The best song on Parker McCollum's EP, "Like a Cowboy," wasn't one the singer/songwriter composed. No, this piano ballad was written by Chris Stapleton and Al Anderson, two of country music's best songwriters. Lyrically, it questions the assumptions we oftentimes make about cowboy character. We probably shouldn't just assume all cowboys are good at heart. Although not his own, McCollum sings it like it is, making it the strongest of six strong songs. ...
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