PARMALEE’S “MUSTA HAD A GOOD TIME” PREMIERES IN TOP 10 OF CMT’S PURE 12-PACK COUNTDOWN PARMALEE HOSTS “LIVE FROM THE TOUR BUS” STAGEIT SHOW & TWITTER CHAT Wed. Sept. 26th at 9 pm ET / 8 pm CT
NASHVILLE, TN – Stoney Creek Records act Parmalee will host a “Live From the Tour Bus” StageIt show on Wednesday, September 26th at 9 pm ET / 8 pm CT.
The country rock foursome will play music for their fans, including their Top 40 country radio hit, “Musta Had a Good Time,” which debuted this week at #7 on CMT’s PURE 12-Pack Countdown (week of Sept. 21).
Fans can log on to http://smarturl.it/livefromthetourbus to watch the show. A special prize will go to StageIt’s top tipper for the show.
Additionally, Parmalee will host a Twitter chat with @parmaleefans immediately following Wednesday’s StageIt performance at 9:30 pm ET/ 8:30 pm CT. Fans can send questions for Parmalee by tweeting @parmaleefans on Twitter and using the hashtag #MHGTchat.
“Musta Had A Good Time” was recently voted by Country fans as the #1 song on The Highway’s “The Hot 30 Live” countdown for four consecutive weeks. The song has sold over 100,000 downloads to-date. “Musta Had a Good Time” has been featured in national sporting event broadcasts for the PGA and MLB.
Parmalee has been featured in USA Today, Country Weekly, and AOL’s The Boot and was recently named a Billboard “Bubbling Under” artist ( http://bit.ly/MzTrO7 ).
Preview and/or purchase “Musta Had A Good Time” on iTunes at: http://smarturl.it/MHGTiTunes
Country Rock foursome Parmalee is essentially a family band comprised of brothers Matt and Scott Thomas (lead vocals/ guitar and drums, respectively), cousin Barry Knox (bass) and life-long best friend Josh McSwain (guitar).
Influenced by such musical heavyweights as the Allman Brothers, Travis Tritt and Bob Seger, the band’s name is derived from the small town of Parmele, NC (population 262), which is home to a gas station, two blinking yellow lights and a small tin-roofed barn dubbed Studio B where the band practiced on every given evening.
Cutting their teeth on the Southeastern touring circuit and known for their fun-loving live shows, the members of Parmalee endured a tumultuous journey to Nashville which included dangerous pit stops, catastrophic weather and a near-fatal robbery that would have torn most bands apart. Instead, Parmalee’s deep Country roots, intense motivation, and band-of-brothers sense of dedication brought the tight-knit crew even closer together.
Now signed to Stoney Creek Records – whose roster includes Grammy-nominees and 2012 ACM Vocal Duo of the Year Thompson Square as well as ACM & CMA nominee Randy Houser – Parmalee’s brand of music has met the country format at time when Jason Aldean and Eric Church have helped to bring country rock to the forefront of popular country music. # # #