Up-and-coming singer-songwriter Parker Graye has released her debut single “Do Over” today, September 15, 2020, on all streaming platforms. If you’ve never heard of this artist, you need to check her out.
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Do Over is officially all yours. 🤍🥺 Over the next few days I’ll share with you how this song came to be and intro you to some of the incredible humans behind it, but for now – listen, share tell your friends, family, coworkers, your dog, granny, whomever might listen and toss it on replay. I truly hope this song resonates with you and makes you feel something in your heart, no matter what stage of love you’re in. Available now on all streaming platforms. Link in bio. 🥃🌙 • artwork: @brenrobinsn photography : @theredcreative
Parker Graye has always loved music and the arts. She spent many of her elementary school years singing in talent shows and local contests. Come high school, she started getting into musical theatre and songwriting. PG grew up in a small town called Orillia in Ontario. Once high school was coming to an end, she made the decision to move across the country to Vancouver, BC to start working on her music career. She’s now been writing with producers, artists, and writers and has co-written 20+ songs from all over Canada, through to the US, including Nashville, Los Angeles, and St. Louis. With this, she has really been making a name for herself across the nation.
Along with dabbling on the keyboard, Parker Graye has been taking vocal lessons in Vancouver for almost 9 years. Her voice is absolutely beautiful and has similar sounds to Maren Morris, Ellie Goulding, and Maddie & Tae. One of Parker’s top goals is to simply create music. She loves writing songs, telling stories, and putting emotion into her lyrics. She hopes people will feel something when they listen to her music. PG is looking forward to being able to release more great music, securing a publishing and label deal, and of course, getting back to performing live!
Parker Graye’s debut single released today, September 15, 2020, and it is worth a listen, or more like 50. This song was written by herself, John Strandell, Logan Miller, and Rhyan Shirley. “Do Over” was written after the breakdown of a love she had with a Saskatchewan boy. The song discusses how all she wishes was that it didn’t end, and they could have a do-over. The voice, the instruments, the lyrics, everything about this song is touching.
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I had the opportunity to connect with the wonderful @emmelentino from @heartofindie and the episode is LIVE! We chatted about all things music, the balancing act of being an artist, songwriter, working full time and my journey to country music! Thank you so much to the Heart of Indie crew for having me on! Xx Episode available now – link in bio 🤍✨🤟🏻
Parker has done an interview with Heart of Indie podcast, where she shares some incredibly interesting stories and information about her career. She was also selected as one of the Top 12 bands/artists in the BC Country Music Breakthrough Project which is an amazing title and accomplishment. Check her out!
Heart of Indie Podcast Interview – https://open.spotify.com/episode/0up8saDYshoHutcfbmH78j?si=XQNKgwEVQmKUTe0GZhHlQw
Parker Graye – “Do Over”
Listen now on all streaming platforms.