Parker McCollum and Hallie Ray will tie the knot this month. In a new interview McCollum also revealed which George Strait song will be played for their first dance.

Last week The Limestone Kid found out that he had been awarded Academy of Country Music's New Male Vocalist of the Year, and last night he performed his first career No. 1 single, "Pretty Heart," at the ACM Awards Show.

Just like at his Grand Ole Opry debut, he managed to take a piece of Texas with him. Once again he was rocking a Cheatham Street Warehouse hat, an iconic Texas venue that was once owned by the late great Kent Finlay and now belongs to Randy Rogers.

March is going to be a big month for the Conroe native. In a bit of a surprise, Parker told Taste of Country Nights that he and Hallie will be getting married this month. Now, I don't know the exact date that this interview was recorded but in it  he says that the wedding is coming up "in three weeks," and will take place on a Monday.

Looks like March 28th is the day, however depending on when the interview was recorded there's a slim chance it's the 21st.

McCollum and Light started dating in 2019, he proposed to her on July 1, 2021. Oh, and he also revealed to TOC Nights host Evan Paul that their first dance will be to George Strait's "I Cross My Heart." The song was a monster smash for Strait, and was famously a big part of the "Pure Country" soundtrack.

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How About a Full Tour of George Strait's Stunning San Antonio Adobe Estate?

Some good news for a potential buyer, the asking price for the property just dropped $600,000 -- now this marvelous home can be yours for a mere $6.9 million. Quick math and the mortgage on that loan will be just south of $40,000 per month.

The First Facebook Profile Picture of 37 Texas & Red Dirt Acts

Have you ever wondered what your favorite bands and artists looked like when Facebook began it's world take-over around '08-'09? So did we.

How about a fun trip through time? Here are the first (or at least oldest) profile pictures from Turnpike Troubadours, Koe Wetzel, Whiskey Myers, Randy Rogers Band, Cody Johnson, Aaron Watson, Wade Bowen, and a few more of your favorite artists and bands