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11/9/21

Warner Music Nashville’s Drew Parker kicked off CMA week with a private show at Nashville’s Exit/In last night (11/8).

During the show, the first-time CMA nominee performed tracks like “Party in the Back,” his major-label debut “While You’re Gone” and Luke Combs’ multi-week #1 “Forever After All,” which was co-written by Parker, Combs and Robert Williford and is up for Song of the Year.

Parker recently wrapped an opening slot on Combs’ What You See Is What You Get tour and is now on the road with Jameson Rodgers for his Cold Beer Calling My Name Tour as well as his own headlining dates. For a full list of upcoming shows, click here.

Pictured above before being served with Nashville’s finest hot chicken are (l-r) Back RowMake Wake ArtistsJarrod Holley, WMN EVP/GM Ben Kline, WMN Chairman/CEO John Esposito, Make Wake Artists’ Chris Kappy, WMN EVP A&R/Creative Advisor Scott Hendricks, Front Row—WMN EVP A&R Cris Lacy, Parker and WMN SVP, Radio & Streaming Kristen Williams.