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July 27

Aaron Parker: The Handsome Cowboy Swoons Us With Brooks & Dunn Mega Hit

Who won’t gush over this handsome lad right here? Not only is he talented and handsome so he has taken social media by storm. His name is Aaron Parker, a recent viral sensation because of his velvety voice with a twang. Not to mention a smile that would melt the glaciers and your hearts.

Aaron Parker: The Handsome Cowboy Swoons Us With Brooks & Dunn Mega Hit 1

Who is he?

Aaron was raised in Southern Alabama. It is also the place where he fell in love with performing and songwriting that brought him to fame. He was immediately noticed by Jesse Frasure, VP of A&R at Major Bob Music Inc, who quickly signed him to a publishing deal. Simultaneously, he found a home with the management team at Bob Doyle & Associates.

He treated viewers to his own take on Brooks & Dunn’s mega-hit “That Ain’t No Way To Go.” He didn’t disappoint because of the talent he showed as he wore a black cowboy hat and a playful grin. His voice complimented the song’s emotional lyrics while singing, “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.”

In an interview, he says,

“Garth Brooks, young Tim Mcgraw and Kenny Chesney are probably my biggest influences towards my music and show, but I got started on Alan Jackson. He’s the Alabama boy’s George Strait. I look up to the same guys, but I also love what my peers are doing, stretching the boundaries and trying new things, its always inspiring to see us grow together.”

That Ain’t No Way To Go

This song he performed was popularized by Brooks & Dunn in 1994. It became a fan favorite that it hit No.1 on country charts and even snagged the ballad title fifth single from their ever famous album ‘Hard Working Man.’ It was written by Kix Brooks, Ronnie Dunn, and Don Cook.

Going back to our handsome cowboy, we assure you that your eyes will be full as he swoons us. Any woman would probably be happy to replace the woman who walked out of his life. Check out his lovely performance below!

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