Drew Parker dropped “Middle of Nowhere Class” on Friday, just days after announcing his EP “At The End Of The Dirt Road” and sharing the track list shortly after. His EP will include six songs, including the title-track, released last month. He’s seen success with singles “Raised Up Right” and his most-streamed Spotify track “While You’re Gone,” but this EP will be Drew Parker’s first major label debut and is his most anticipated project to date.
Growing up in Georgia, Drew Parker spent his childhood listening to superstars like Keith Whitley, Travis Tritt and fellow GA-native Alan Jackson, so it’s no surprise these icons are a source of inspiration for the artist. Parker’s sound stays true to his roots and love for 90’s country, which I 110% support, ’cause if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.
Killer vocals aside, Drew Parker is undeniably one of the best song writing talents of today too. He’s worked with long-time friend Luke Combs to pen chart-topping hits including GRAMMY-nominated “Doin’ This,” and his certified-Platinum single “Forever After All.” Parker is also credited as 1 of the 4 writers behind “1, 2, Many,” Luke’s 2019 hit recorded with legendary duo Brooks & Dunn, and Jake Owen’s Platinum number one, “Homemade.”
“At The End Of The Dirt Road” will be available in no time, so mark your calendars for it’s release on 6/2. Listen to “Middle of Nowhere Class” and check out the rest of the upcoming EP here: