Watch: Parker McCollum Works Hometown Drive-Thru Before Opening Performance at Houston Rodeo

Parker McCollum
Parker McCollum (Photo courtesy of UMG Nashville)

Before his performance tonight (2/28) at the Houston Rodeo, country music singer Parker McCollum served up some tasty Raising Cane’s chicken fingers in his hometown of Conroe, Texas.

The Raising Cane’s restaurant on Davis Street had a line extending around it as people waited to see the 30-year-old and get a chance to talk to him. Parker worked both the drive-thru and the counter to see fans. He even gave out some free tickets to see him perform at the rodeo.

Some fans spent the night in the parking lot to see Parker. He discussed what it meant for people to anticipate his appearance at the local eatery saying, “I started out a long time ago, and I don’t think I could’ve got even one single person to come out here and care that I was at Cane’s, so it’s very humbling to see that many people take time out of their working day and their school day to come out.”

Who would you camp out all night to see?

By: Buck Stevens

Buck Stevens