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                                                                      DREW PARKER

                                                                "Middle of Nowhere Class"

                                                                Warner Music Nashville





Warner Music Nashville recording artist Drew Parker has released his latest single, “Middle Of Nowhere Class”, available now on all streaming platforms.

The tune will be featured on the Georgia native’s upcoming major-label debut EP, ‘At The End of The Dirt Road’, currently slated for a June 2nd release.

“Middle Of Nowhere Class” is a blast from the past, with the sound and vibe of a classic 90’s tune that we all miss nowadays.  His voice is strong and powerful, and as we’ve seen in the past, can adapt to many different moods and musical accompaniments.  But he is right at home on this track, with an upbeat melody and down-to-earth lyrics delivered through his typical gruff vocal dexterity.

With a strong team behind him, Drew has quickly found his niche within the country music genre.  His songs are well-crafted, flawlessly produced, and effortlessly executed from a musical and vocal standpoint, perfectly encapsulating who he is as an artist.

This is a party anthem about who he is, an unapologetic ode to the way of life he loves, baring resemblance to the likes of Rodney Atkins’ “These Are My People”. 

The chorus is the climax of the tune naturally, with sing-along lyrics that will stick in your mind long after the song concludes.

“Drinkin’ Bud Heavy

At the bowlin’ alley down the road

We drive fix-‘er-up Chevy’s

Stretch a check as far as it can go

Oh, we ain’t blue bloods and we ain’t white trash

We land somewhere in the middle of nowhere class”

Parker is still riding the momentum of a career-changing year in 2022, which saw him receiving his first-ever Grammy nomination for Best Country Song for co-writing Luke Combs’ No. 1 single “Doin’ This”. 

Drew is on his way to having an unforgettable and incredibly busy 2023.  He recently wrapped his own headlining tour and performed at the Grand Ole Opry on Wednesday, March 22.  In addition to the release of ‘At The End Of The Dirt Road’ in June, he will be touring across the United States before heading overseas, with dates schedule across the globe well into the fall.

(Review Written By: Chad Carlson)





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