Who would have thought that just by covering country music hits, this handsome cowboy will be noticed by cowgirls and cowboys alike around the world?
Yes, indeed. Country music fans worldwide have been effusive over one talented man who has stormed social media after his performances. As one might not know him yet, his name is Aaron Parker, and he has become an instant internet sensation.
Known for covering country music hits, Aaron Parker graced his viewers and attracted country music fans from around the world. In fact, he has already rendered us George Strait’s “Troubadour” and Travis Tritt’s “Good Day to be Alive.” Also, he has covered Jamey Johnson’s “In Color” and “Die a Happy Man” by Thomas Rhett.
With his velvety twang coupled with a vibrant smile that could melt everyone’s heart, Parker has conquered on social media with his country music influence.
Serving viewers to a dashing performance of Brooks & Dunn’s “That Ain’t No Way to Go,” Parker sang the song with his euphoric personality. Sporting his black cowboy hat, he showcased his incredible talent and hunk voice.
As he sang the lines of the song,
“That ain’t no way to go, girl, it just ain’t right
Don’t you think that I deserve to hear you say goodbye
That ain’t no way to go, was it all a lie
After all this time, that ain’t no way to go.”
His vocals gracefully donned the emotional lyrics that the country music duo crafted with pure talent and meaning.
“That Ain’t No Way to Go”
In 1994, Brooks & Dunn recorded and released this song as a single off their album Hard Workin’ Man. The song clinched the no. 1 spot on the country music charts. Before this, the duo already released the said album a year ago, on February 23, 1993.
Check out this incredible performance of Aaron Parker channeling his inner Brooks & Dunn:
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