Parker McCollum Releases ‘Probably Wrong’ Album

Parker McCollum Releases ‘Probably Wrong’ Album

Up-and-coming singer-songwriter Parker McCollum has released his brand new album, Probably Wrong. His second full length album and final installment of a three part roll-out, Probably Wrong contains ten tracks, with all but two songs written or co-written by the 25-year-old guitar player himself. Including his latest single “I Can’t Breathe” — his first Top 10 on Texas’ CDX Traction Chart (*), the song also spent seven weeks at No. 1 on Texas Music Pickers’ Spotify Chart — the album also features two new exclusive tracks including McCollum’s upcoming single “Hell of A Year” and “Learn to Fly.”

Praised for gaining “serious recognition in a relatively short amount of time” by Pitstop For Country, the Texas native has already amassed over 1.3 million YouTube views and more than 160,000 monthly listeners on Spotify. On the road for the past two years, McCollum will continue on tour in support of Probably Wrong through 2017, including a stop opening ACL Live for the Turnpike Troubadours on December 1st.

Probably Wrong was produced by Grammy Award-winner Lloyd Maines (Dixie Chicks, Terri Hendrix, Robert Earl Keen) and follows his “ambitious start to a career in music,” (PopMatters) with his critically-acclaimed debut, The Limestone Kid (2015).

Inspired by one of his musical idols John Mayer, McCollum released Probably Wrong in three parts. Session One debuted in July, shooting to the top of iTunes’ Country Albums chart and Top 10 All Genre upon release, while Session Two dropped in September containing the spotlight track “Misunderstood.”

Rita Ballou

November 13th, 2017

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