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Updated: Oct 17, 2023

Parker Lee releases new single 'Catawba River.' The Southern rock and blues rock maven is back with a bang as he releases his latest single taken from the upcoming album Devils In Dixie, released via Conch Town Records.

Parker Lee of Molly Hatchet

Having made a name for himself, currently acting as lead singer with world famous rockers Molly Hatchet, the new single see’s Parker release music in his own right, leaning on his southern rock tendencies with a fresh, modern edge.

Parker Lee's musical calling began early, influenced by his cousin's role as the original singer for Cheap Trick. However, it was the discovery of a Kiss album in his childhood room that ignited his lifelong love affair with music. His style can be described as a fusion of Southern rock and blues rock, inspired by icons such as Kiss, The Rolling Stones, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Rival Sons, and Foo Fighters.

Lee's songwriting draws from real-life experiences, creating an authentic connection with his audience. He has had the privilege of collaborating with industry giants, valuing the wealth of knowledge gained from these seasoned professionals.

His upcoming singles, including 'Catawba River', 'Climbing Up,' and 'Prison Gate,' offer a sneak peek into his forthcoming album, Devils In Dixie. The album was expertly produced by Ian Shaw, with notable contributions from Matt Backer, Majory Lee, Ericson Holt, and accomplished drum and bass players.

Parker Lee's journey includes a significant career highlight - Introduced to Ken Knox from The Chairmen Of The Board by Butch Lucas (former bassist for Al Green), Parker learnt from some of the best. The mentorship of Ken Knox who recognized Lee's talent early on and provided invaluable support was pivotal in his growth as a performer and as an artist.

The new single ‘Catawba River’ is released October 6th - Stay tuned for the release of Devils In Dixie and future developments from this remarkable artist.

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