“Blue Clear Sky” was a hit that many of us enjoyed in the ’90s. It’s no wonder a man posted a video of himself singing the song and he is about to sweep your hearts away!
“Blue Clear Sky”
It is a song written by Bob DiPiero, John Jarrard, and Mark D. Sanders, and was performed by George Strait. It was released on March 1996 as the first single and title track from Strait’s album of the same name. The song reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks.
Who is Cole Parker?
Cole Parker is a “Fourth Generation Musician” who loves to share his talent and passion for music with the world. He covered many songs including “ There Ain’t No Good Chain Gang “ by Johnny Cash, “ I like it I Love It “ by Tim McGraw, “I’d Love to Lay You Down” by Conway Twitty, Old Town Road, many songs of George Strait and many more. His posts on his Facebook account clearly show that he is not boasting his talent but is simply sharing his happiness with music to the world. Many people who noticed his talent are congratulating and praising him.
An Amazing Talent
Aside from his great voice and skill in playing the guitar, he also writes his own songs. He posted a video of himself singing his own composition entitled “Back to the ’90s” (Country was good) where he showcased his musicianship and confidence. It talks about his yearning of the good country music of the ’90s. One of the comments on his Facebook account suggested he join a Songwriters Festival to which he politely accepted. He received a lot of support from his friends and family to which he is extremely grateful of.
The most important characteristic of a singer is being passionate. Passion is the driving factor that makes everything worthwhile. If there is no passion, there is no reason in pursuing that talent. When a singer is performing, the passion is visible. It is the silent charm that gets people’s attention.
Listen to his rendition of “Blue Clear Sky” here:
Here is a video from his Youtube Channel:
If you are interested in listening to his music, check out his songs on the links below.