Just landed on my desk, courtesy of the free ticket fairies, we've gotten our hands on tickets to Parker McCollum! He's swinging into the Magic City on January 27th at the MetraPark First Interstate Arena!

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Coming along for the ride are special guests, Larry Fleet & King Calaway! We've got 7 PAIRS of tickets up for grabs! Official rules are on the app and website.

(You cannot win these tickets if you have won a prize from TSM Billings in the last 30 days, essentially)

To enter to win, scroll down for the entry form.

Credit: Metra Park
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Who Is Parker McCollum?

Never Enough, Parker McCollum’s second major-label release, is a statement album. If its predecessor, Gold Chain Cowboy, announced Parker’s arrival in the country music mainstream, Never Enough (MCA Nashville) says that, dang right, he’s here to stay.

Like Gold Chain Cowboy, it pairs Parker with producer Jon Randall (Miranda Lambert, Dierks Bentley), a fellow Texan who understands exactly what fuels Parker’s artistry: authenticity, vulnerability, and a little bit of defiance. Never Enough bristles with honesty and attitude and is shot through with equal parts rock guitar and country songwriting.

Compare the album opener “Hurricane” and the confessional ballad “Have Your Heart Again” to hear his point. “Hurricane,” a song about a strong-willed girl who blows through your life and leaves it in tatters, is a driving rock anthem with a guitar riff that calls to mind the theme from Friends. “Have Your Heart Again,” meanwhile, is a simple vocal-and-piano arrangement with Parker hitting a stunning falsetto note. The songs are each irresistible and unique, rich in lyrical imagery, and unlike anything you’ll hear coming out of Nashville today.

Credit that to Parker, as sturdy as a live oak, for knowing exactly who he is.

A mostly solitary songwriter prior to his entrée into Nashville, Parker has now written with some of country music’s finest. Hillary Lindsey, Lori McKenna, and Liz Rose (a.k.a. The Love Junkies), David Lee Murphy, Brett James, and Ashley Gorley all contribute to Never Enough, along with Parker’s Texas peers Randy Rogers, Wade Bowen, and Ryan Beaver.

Now, before we get you to the entry form, check out the other major concerts coming to Montana in 2024!

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