Considering himself a “one-man band,” Brice Parker utilizes a loop pedal to perform unique covers and energetic originals at your favorite, hip southern digs, bars and restaurants around the Charlotte area and beyond. Brice’s bright personality and humble spirit liven up any space, for performances that are enjoyed by just about anyone.
Brice Parker is a singer-songwriter based in Charlotte, North Carolina. He has been writing songs and playing guitar for over a decade. Considering himself a “one-man band,” Brice utilizes a loop pedal to perform unique covers and energetic originals at your favorite, hip southern digs, bars and restaurants around the Charlotte area and beyond. Brice’s bright personality and humble spirit liven up any space, for performances that are enjoyed by just about anyone. “Small Dreams,” Brice’s first album release distributed in 2018, building a reputation in the area as a rising artist. Brice has since released “one” - an album encompassing influences of pop, alternative rock and even spoken word to bridge gaps amongst genres and establish his individual artistry.
“Sticks & Stones” was born out of a dead relationship and a desire to grow as an artist. My previous two works, “Small Dreams” and “one,” were written, performed and produced by me. Coming out of my latest relationship, I felt I wanted to collaborate with an amazing producer to bring my sound to the next level. Rob Tavaglione of Catalyst Recordings in Charlotte, NC helped me get there. I wrote the songs “Rare”, “What I Do Know”, and “Gone” and recorded demo versions of them for Rob (“Tell Me” was already on my 1st EP “Small Dreams”). Rob and I stripped down each song to the themes and melodies. “Rare” is an explosion of sound about my frustration with the aftermath of a relationship. “What I Do Know” is a drum and synth-heavy sarcastic critique of my inability to find long lasting relationships. “Gone” is a distorted guitar-driven anthem about my fatigue with dating and relationships. “Tell Me” is the first song I ever wrote and is completely reimagined on this EP. “Tell Me” ends the EP with a confident outlook on facing the challenges (or “the city of blinding lights”) in my life. Once we stripped down the songs to the vocal performances, we built them back up piece by piece and I couldn’t be happier with the results. These songs are very special and personal to me, and I cannot thank Rob enough for helping me achieve the sound that I want."
- Brice Parker