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If you're a country music fan, the music of the band Parmalee must be on your playlist. The American band members, Scott Thomas, Matt Thomas, Josh McSwain and Barry Knox are now ready to blow your mind with their live performance. They have garnered numerous fans in different parts of the world ever since their debut. It is for this reason that the Parmalee tickets are always in demand. If you want to see them perform live, make sure you're a part of the event.
Parmalee was formed by the two Thomas brothers. After the death of their father, with whom they formerly played, the brothers decided to pursue their interest in music and thereby created the band Parmalee along with two of their friends, Josh McSwain and Barry Knox. The band members were first appreciated in the music industry because of their ability to play diverse instruments. Their sheer talent at playing and coordination was highly appreciated and was seen as their biggest asset.
Parmalee released its first EP album by the name of "Daylight" which became immensely popular. With the help of the renowned producer, David Bendeth, the band landed itself in a deal with the Water Music Studios in NJ with which they recorded three songs. The band subsequently recorded the next twelve singles with the record company too. It was after the release of this EP that Parmalee went on its first worldwide tour and enchanted the audiences with their energetic performances.
Shortly after the release of their first EP, the band released their live acoustic album titled "Unplugged" along with a documentary DVD "Inside Live", both of which received a lot of critical acclaim. After receiving an invitation by the producer Stevo Bruno, the band went to Los Angeles to record an album. They also embarked on a tour in the East Coast. In this tour, the band members were accompanied by Nikki Sixx, a member of the Motley Crue band, in a few of the shows. Later, Sixx collaborated with the band to produce and write several other tracks for their upcoming album. After recording the majority of the tracks in Los Angeles, the Parmalee also took producer Keven Beamish's help in Nashville to compose the remaining tracks of the EP. After an effort of two years, the band released its second EP in 2008 titled "Complicated".
Perhaps the biggest breakthrough for Parmalee came in the form of their hit single "Musta Had a Good Time." The single, recorded at the back of an RV, became an instant blockbuster. It focused on the lives of the group members and revolved around the initial time in their career. The song sheds light on the kind of party that either you have been a part of or want to attend at some point in time. According to Matt Thomas himself, "The response that we get from fans when we play this song live is crazy -- the fans know all the words and everyone's dancing and it becomes a party on stage and in the crowd." If you want to hear the song live too, get the Parmalee tickets now.
Some of the upcoming shows of the band will take place in Charlotte, Denton, Pensacola, Indianapolis, Duluth, Biloxi as well as Las Vegas. The band has recently been in the limelight for the release of their fourth album, "Feels like Carolina" This album set to release on December 10, 2013, under Stoney Creek Records already has fans talking about it. A song from the album, "Carolina" was released on February 4, 2013 and has not failed to impress the audience. The song reached the "Top 25" on the country radio charts and landed on number twenty four on both the Billboard Country Airplay as well as the Country Aircheck/Mediabase charts. Not only this, the song has sold more than 100,000 digital copies to date. So if you want to be a part of this rocking event, then you should get hold of the tickets for yourself and your friends. The event is likely to be a spectacular one, so don't miss this opportunity.