One of only three country bands in the last 15 years to put three singles in the Top Ten from their debut album, Parmalee will be in concert next Friday night at the Texas Club.
Named after a small town in North Carolina with a population smaller than most neighborhoods, Parmalee is attracting big time attention in the country music world.
They’ve already topped the charts with the platinum-selling “Feels Like Carolina,” been nominated in the Best New Vocal Group of the Year category of last year’s American Country Music Awards and their latest single’s video debuted on CMT’s Hot 20 Countdown
Parmelee’s current hit “Roots,” like the band’s name, pays tribute to small town America and the other two hits from their debut album are “Close Your Eyes,” peaking at No. 3 and the No. 10 “Already Callin’ You Mine.”
Adding to the hype, “Feels Like Carolina” spent five weeks on the CMT Hot 20 Countdown and four weeks on the Great American Country network’s Top 20 Countdown.
And Parmelee’s toured with some of the best in the business – joining Jake Owen on his 2014 tour and Brad Paisley on his 2015 Country Nation World Tour.
Now they’re headlining their own tour and making Baton Rouge’s top country venue a stop after garnering serious attention from Billboard and People magazines, The New York Times, USA Today and the TV networks CNN, FOX and NBC.