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Fall in Love with Phillip Michael Parsons' "Picture Perfect" New Single

Country singer-songwriter Phillip Michael Parsons will be touching people’s hearts and souls with his latest single “Picture Perfect,” released September 8th, 2022. In the single, Parsons opens up and falls in love for all the world to see. This track is a sweet glimpse of the vulnerable side of the country singer and sets the tone for a late summer love.

Listen to "Picture Perfect" below and stream on all services here!

Born in Southern Maryland, Phillip Michael Parsons is a singer/songwriter who in a short time has made waves as an up-and-coming artist to watch. In 2018, he was nominated for Best Country Artist and performed at the Maryland Music Awards. He has performed over 200 shows in 25 states across the country playing alongside artists such as Chris Janson, Chris Lane, Gavin DeGraw, Craig Campbell, Sundance Head, and Jimmie Allen.

When not on the road, Parsons spends quite a bit of his time collaborating and writing with other artists in Nashville. He has written with award-winning hit songwriters Clay Mills III (“Beautiful Mess”), Rich Redmond (Jason Aldean), and Mike Krompass (Smashmouth, Nelly Furtado) and has tracks produced by Krompass and Redmond, the multi-platinum production team at 1225 Entertainment.

A true musical representation of the dedication Parsons feels, his feelings for the woman he loves can be felt in every lyric. His commitment is especially evident in the chorus the oozes devotion.

“‘Cause girl I’ll go down any road/ Lead me where you want to go/

Heaven’s where I’ll be livin’/ If my life’s got you in it.”

“Picture Perfect” captures the sweetness of the season of life the singer is in and perfectly encapsulates everything the country scene desires. This song would be perfect for an engagement, wedding, or a spontaneous romantic moment for any couple. Just like his previous releases, this track is down-to-earth and shows how much Parsons continues to grow as an artist, but this time, his heart is full.


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