Country music quartet, Parmalee has announced countrywide live performances in which they will be performing tracks from their latest album. Hitting the shelves in 2013, “Feels Like Carolina” is the band’s fourth album but first one to make it to the country music charts. As they set the stage ablaze in your town, make sure you are ready with Parmalee tickets to enjoy their brand of melodic and guitar-driven music. Matt Thomas’ captivating vocals and commanding drumming of Scott Thomas will make the concert a memorable one for you. Enjoy the band’s popular numbers like “Close Your Eyes” and “Carolina” in a live setting.
- Parmalee Bottle & Cork
- Parmalee Grand Ole Opry House
- Parmalee iPlay America's Event Center
- Parmalee PNC Pavilion At The Riverbend Music Center
- Parmalee The Castle Theatre
- Trace Adkins, Parmalee & Jordan Rager The Rose Music Center at The Heights
- Parmalee The Throne Theater
Parmalee Schedule 2017-18
- Grand Ole Opry: Parmalee, Lorrie Morgan & Del McCoury Band, Grand Ole Opry House tickets for 04/18 07:00 PM Grand Ole Opry House
- Tue Apr 18 2017
- Parmalee, iPlay America's Event Center tickets for 05/21 06:00 PM iPlay America's Event Center
- Sun May 21 2017
- Trace Adkins, Parmalee & Jordan Rager, PNC Pavilion At The Riverbend Music Center tickets for 07/06 08:00 PM PNC Pavilion At The Riverbend Music Center
- Thu Jul 06 2017
- Trace Adkins, Parmalee & Jordan Rager, The Rose Music Center at The Heights tickets for 07/07 08:00 PM The Rose Music Center at The Heights
- Fri Jul 07 2017
- Parmalee, Bottle & Cork tickets for 07/19 09:00 PM Bottle & Cork
- Wed Jul 19 2017
Parmalee is a tight-knit country band comprising of the brothers Matt and Scott Thomas, their cousin Barry Knox and childhood friend, Josh McSwain. The Thomas brothers started their music career early on and as teenagers performed with their father’s band. They performed around their area as Jerry Thomas & the Thomas Brothers Band and later were joined by Knox. Following the retirement of the elder Thomas, the trio continued with gigs at a local bar and it was during one of their shows that they crossed paths with the keyboardist, guitarist and longtime friend, McSwain. Josh was enjoying success as part of a cover band and in 2001 joined hands with the trio. This was the start of a professional career for the quartet.
Rechristened Parmalee, they fused bluegrass, Southern rock, traditional country and blues to produce a professional, crisp country rock sound. Topped with solid songwriting, the multi-instrumentalist lineup came up with an EP, “Daylight”. It came out in 2002, followed by the release of 2004 album “Inside”. The band’s second EP, “Complicated” arrived in 2008 after which they signed with Stoney Creek Records and treated the fans to the singles “Musta Had a Good Time” and “Carolina”. Parmalee’s first studio album came out in 2013. “Feels Like Carolina” has peaked on the Billboard Country Music charts at number ten and is placed at 46th position on the Billboard 200.
After a rocky ride that includes mediocre albums and Scott Thomas’ shooting incident, Parmalee has finally found a breakthrough with “Feels Like Carolina”. It includes well-crafted numbers that are a mesh of arena rock and lighthearted country. Matt’s distinctive vocals have brought freshness to the songs, be it the catchy single “Close Your Eyes” or the summer soaked, laid back track “Day Drinkin`”. The band knows how to attract the listeners and tracks like “Think You Oughta Know That” form that emotional connection.
Having performed as an opening act for many bands and musicians, Parmalee will be taking the stage solo this time. They have concerts lined up all across the country and their shows will extend till next year. Check the schedule now to buy Parmalee tickets for their performance in your city. Besides their headlining concerts, the quartet will also be joining Brad Paisley on his tour and will be rocking the arenas with the maestro. Parmalee open their shows with the hit track “Musta Had A Good Time” and it sets the momentum for the rest of the night. The talented quartet improvises and mingles with the fans as the arena buzzes with energy. Their fans always leave the show fully entertained and keep returning for more.
Parmalee Events Tickets Prices
The average price for Parmalee Tickets start from $136. The minimum get in price is $64 for Parmalee Tickets at the The Rose Music Center at The Heights, Dayton. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Grand Ole Opry: Parmalee, Lorrie Morgan & Del McCoury Band||Nashville||18-Apr-17||$136||$67|
|Trace Adkins, Parmalee & Jordan Rager||Cincinnati||6-Jul-17||$147||$67|
|Trace Adkins, Parmalee & Jordan Rager||Dayton||7-Jul-17||$153||$64|
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