200 Anastasia Blvd.
Saint Augustine, FL 32080
8:00 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013
Alabama native Aaron Parker is quickly becoming one of the most powerful voices in country music. With highly energetic shows and unmatched stage presence, Aaron has captured the undivided attention of the music industry. In short, Aaron Parker is the future of Country Music. In 2010, Aaron loaded up and headed north to Nashville, Tennessee. A self-taught writer and guitarist, he naturally placed his energy on writing great country songs. In a very short time Aaron has had the privilege to write with some of Country Music’s best songwriters such as Harley Allen (Gary Allen "Tough Little Boys", Blake Shelton "The Baby") Brett Jones (Jason Aldean "Crazytown", Montgomery Gentry "What Do You Think About That", Billy Currington "That’s How Country Boys Roll") Larry Bastian (Garth Brooks "Rodeo"), Cary Barlowe (Lady Antebellum "American Honey) and Jim McCormick, just to name a few. In 2011, Aaron was asked to record 4 tracks that will be included on the soundtrack for the Kix Brooks movie “Thriftstore Cowboy” which is premiering at the Hollywood Film Festival this month. Aaron also has just wrapped up writing and recording the new Theme Song for Open Season TV. Aaron and his staple black hat and ostrich boots hit the road in 2012 opening for Travis Tritt and Corey Smith all over the South gathering fans along the way. 2013 is going to be an exciting year with some exciting news to be announced in January. Aaron Parker has come on like a storm to the world of Country Music and Country Music is better for it. This star is rising quickly.