Parker has just been announced as one of the performers at this year's Americana Music Association Honors and Awards show, to be held on September 17th at Ryman Auditorium. He will join performers including Rosanne Cash, Patty Griffin, Jason Isbell, The Milk Carton Kids, and Sturgill Simpson. In addition to performing, Parker is nominated for Emerging Act of the Year.
Tickets are limited and only available to those who register for the Americana Music Festival and Conference, September 17-21 in Nashville. Details can be found here.
On Tuesday, September 16th, Parker will make his official debut at the Grand Ole Opry. Other artists on the lineup for that night include Rascal Flatts, Trace Adkins, John Cowan, and John McFee & Friends. If you're an Opry first-timer, you can expect to see 6 to 8 artists performing 2-3 songs each.
Be sure to get your tickets here before they sell out.
In case you won't be in Nashville on the 16th, you can listen on WSM 650 AM, SiriusXM, online, or via the Opry app.
You can find Parker's performances in a few different places online and on the radio this week:
His live performance at Seattle's KEXP Studio, recorded in April, is officially available for viewing here.
On May 29th, Parker recorded a few songs for CMT's Concrete Country. You can view those videos at CMT.com.
Lastly, his performance on NPR's World Cafe Live will air this Thursday, July 31st. If you live in the U.S., check here to find out when it will air on your local NPR station. If you're outside of the U.S., you can listen online this Thursday at 2pm EST. Once it has been broadcast on NPR stations around the country, Parker's episode will be featured as the current show and archived for streaming on NPR's World Cafe website.