Parker McCollum called Miranda Lambert “the Dolly [Parton] of our era.”
Following a stint of sold out shows at Billy Bob’s Texas, the iconic honky tonk shared photos of Lambert’s fourth sold out performance on Instagram, captioning the image “It has been so much fun having Miranda Lambert here! Last night she played her fourth SOLD OUT show at Billy Bob’s Texas!”
In the comments on a photo shared on Sunday, May 2, McCollum commented saying “the Dolly [Parton] of our era,” which earned dozens of likes by fans who agree with his statement. You can see the photo and comment in the post below.
Now, on Monday, May 3, the iconic Texas venue shared additional photos of Lambert’s fourth sold out concert on Twitter, captioning the post, “The Dolly of our era” – Parker McCollum. We couldn’t agree more and we had a BLAST hosting Miranda Lambert for FIVE SOLD OUT shows!” Adding, “thank you to all the fans from near and far who came Billy Bob’s Texas to support live music! We hope to see y’all soon.”
Upon seeing the tweet, McCollum replied saying “I’ll die on that hill.”
I’ll die on that hill
— Parker McCollum (@ParkerMcCollum) May 3, 2021
Additionally, McCollum has previously recalled the best piece of advice he received from Lambert while on tour with her.
“She kinda has this way of seeming extremely normal while still being a mega superstar,” McCollum told ET Canada. “I haven’t been around a ton of people like that until I was on the road with her for a few shows. Always remember to be really, really sweet to people. I can remember her saying that.”