Parker McCollum Brings Out Peyton Manning For Killer “Red Dirt Road” Cover At Red Rocks

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Josh Searcy

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Parker McCollum brought the house down at Red Rocks Amphitheater.

I am severely envious of those who were in the crowd. The video clips from the concert highlighted the incredible vocal ability of McCollum.

Something about the venue’s acoustics elevates everyone’s sound, adding a cherry on top of the already incredible talent of Mr. McCollum.

“Hell of Year” 

@michaelanthonyrod #parkermccollum #redrocksampitheater #GreatestConcertVenueEver #ICantBrearh #3rdRowSeats #IHaveTheBestTixPlugEver ♬ original sound – Michael Anthony


@beettaylorr #parkermccollum #redrocks #redrocksampitheater #fypシ #viral #foryou ♬ original sound – Bryanna Taylor

While Zach Bryan has been known for bringing out famous guests on stage for every show, it has now created a trend to let the side-stage listeners get up and sing a line or two. Parker McCollum followed suit in this trend during his show last night.

McCollum also brought out a special guest, NFL superstar Peyton Manning, to pay tribute to Brooks & Dunn. After McCollum struck up the intro to “Red Dirt Road” and got through the first verse, he introduced the former Colts player onto the stage.

The crowd was already jazzed up when they recognized the intro to “Red Dirt Road” and turned absolutely electric when they saw Manning step out on stage in his straw hat.

Manning is outfitted with a set of ears and everything. Clearly, he means business because when he picks up the mic, he sounds pretty dang good.

You have to appreciate a man who wants to make sure he doesn’t sound tone-deaf on stage.

I must admit this was not a country music crossover I had on my bingo card for the year, but I am here for it… it’s killer.

Here’s another angle for your viewing pleasure.

@joshsearcy6 #redrocks #peytonmanning #parkermccollum #reddirtroad #brooksanddunn ♬ original sound – Josh Searcy

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