Parmalee's drummer Scott Thomas, placed first along with his team at KNCI’s 9th Annual Golf & Guitars Celebrity Golf Tournament yesterday evening, securing a $20,000 win to benefit St.Jude. The…
Not gonna lie, this is probably the funniest thing you'll see all day.
For those of you who complain how most of today's country music sounds the same, this video that Saving Country Music dug up should serve as your vindication.
He wasn't shot 9 times like rapper 50 Cent (that can't be true), but Parmalee's drummer should still get some street cred for this.
For the last year (yes, this video was a year in the making), our friend Broadway has been asking everyone he interviews what turned out to be a surprisingly tough question ... is country music ready for an openly gay country star and whether the genre is homophobic in general? Some of the answers he got may surprise you.
Earlier this month, Brad Paisley announced the extension of his Country Nation World Tour presented by KRAFT Cheese. Now fans will have the chance to catch him on tour through March 2015.
Gotta love when people look like they're having fun and Parmalee looks like they always have a lot of fun! Side note: I wouldn't recommend actually peeing in a fountain.…
Today, Vevo exclusively unveils the new music video for Parmalee’s latest hit, “Close Your Eyes” across all of its platforms — Vevo.com, mobile/tablet and TV apps and Vevo on YouTube.…
Not too shabby.
What do clogged toilets, Crocs (as in the shoes), and a hamster eating a burrito have in common? In the hands of the boys of Parmalee, they just happen to…
With nostalgic themes surging at radio lately, Parmalee certainly knows what it's like to be homesick and long for the past, especially as life gets faster and faster. "Home is where my heart is still beating," lead singer Matt Thomas sweetly sings in the group's first No. 1 country radio hit "Carolina," a syrup mid-tempo about a former love and (not so) ironically their hometown in North Carolina. It's a mix of both bold passion and hope. So, it's really no wonder that the song ultimately spent two weeks at the summit on the Mediabase radio tally in December and has since been certified gold, not an easy feat in the days of streaming and pirating.
"It feels great to know that something that we wrote and performed resonated with enough people to be considered a hit," lead guitarist Josh McSwain tells NashvilleGab exclusively. "I think everyone takes us more seriously now."
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So there I was minding my own business on twitter one day when Justin Timberlake posts an almost interesting tweet:
My initial reaction was well yeah that makes two of us, but then I deciced to investigate this a lil bit further. Who was this guy that was brave enough to take a Justin Timberlake song and turn it country? I mean, we know his name, but really who was he? He obviously oozed talent. Like real deal, talent, too. Not that manufactured stuff they sell in stores. No, his talent is genuine. He took a popular pop song and made it undeniable country. He literally did what I woulda' deemed the impossible…he made the song his own. And a fair warning to all the ladies out there…the way he sings the line "I just can't forget the way we turned out this bed" will make your heart skip a beat. Wanna know more? Find out after the JUMP