Parker McCollum Makes Opry Debut With “Pretty Heart” And Cover Of Jerry Lee Lewis’ “Middle Age Crazy”

What a night for Parker McCollum.

Arguably the most-promising young star in the mainstream right now, Parker stepped into that iconic Opry circle last night for the very first time. Mom and dad were in the crowd, some other family members, and even Koe Wetzel was somewhere around there.

Singing his major-label, debut single… the now Platinum-Certified “Pretty Heart,” as well as a cover of Jerry Lee Lewis’ “Middle Age Crazy,” Parker had that crowd howling by the time he stepped off the stage.

The future is BRIGHT.

Dierks Bentley was also in attendance for a few songs as a well as Rhonda Vincent who was officially inducted in as a member of the Grand Ole Opry.

A beer bottle on a dock


A beer bottle on a dock