Parker Millsap to release OLD TIME RELIGION EP in April and debut album this summer

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Distributor 30 Tigers will, on 1st April, digitally release, on Millsap’s Oklahoma imprint, the three-song OLD TIME RELIGION EP featuring two songs from his forthcoming album PARKER MILLSAP plus a live rendition by this Oklahoma bred musician of You Gotta Move. 20-year old Parker’s ten-song album will be released in the U.K. this summer. Parker was raised in the Pentecostal Church. Though no longer a member he draws on his experiences in Old Time Religion, the portrait of a “full-grown man” who “buries his cash in a coffee can,” and “makes his decisions down on his knees” and more. Much more! While the latter character’s approach is “submit to your husband,” The Villain confides “I don’t want to be the one that lets you down anymore.” The best known rendition of the traditional and spiritual You Gotta Move appeared on the Rolling Stones’ STICKY FINGERS (1971) attributed to Mississippi Fred McDowell. Millsap’s slow-burning Fire and Brimstone rendition was recorded during a late October 2013 appearance on NPR’s syndicated show eTown broadcast from Boulder, Colorado. Don’t take my word for it, simply taste and see that Parker Millsap’s music is good

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