Parker Twomey is a Texas-based Singer-Songwriter whose roots run deep in the Americana, indie-folk genre. Born and raised in Dallas, Parker spent his high school years honing his musical talents at the highly acclaimed Booker T Washington School High School for the Performing & Visual Arts, which has produced such talents as Norah Jones, Erykah Badu, Edie Brickell, and Roy Hargrove. Twomey has been featured in Modern Luxury Magazine, D Magazine, Dallas Morning News, and has appeared on Good Morning Texas. Twomey studied audio engineering at Modern Electric Sound Recorders under Beau Bedford, Jeff Saenz, and Jason Burt during high school. He has been touring full-time playing keys for Paul Cauthen the last few years. Twomey recorded his debut album "All This Life" during Quarantine, with plans to release soon.
Twomey is influenced by bands like Dawes, Jason Isbell, John Moreland and The Black Crowes.