Jeremy Parsons has signed a management deal with Jett Williams/Adjett Productions. For Parsons, this is something of a dream come true. Described as “the true essence and mirror image of traditional Americana country music,” he seems to have a direct-connect with ghosts of country past and the natural knack to echo the sounds of some of the “Who’s Who” in country music, including greats like Hank Williams, Faron Young, Johnny Horton and George Strait.
The young Texan made his entry into the country music scene in March 2010 with the release of his debut CD entitled Doggondest Feelin’. Working with Jett, the daughter of his idol, Hank Sr., sounds like a natural match. “Jeremy came out to the house and played for us,” Jett Williams introduced. “As soon as I heard his voice, I felt like it was like my dad was in the room—using him as a vehicle.”
Parsons joined Jett and her friends in music at the Hank Williams “Back To Basics” Festival in Georgiana, Alabama (May 20 and 21) in the company of other special guests David Frizzell, Jimmy Fortune [of The Statlers], Helen Cornelius, Jim Ed Brown and Razzy Bailey.
For more info on Jeremy Parsons, visit: http://jeremyparsonsmusic.com.
For info on Jett Williams and Adjett productions visit: www.jettwilliams.com