Parmalee’s Nashville Favorites

Though natives of the city in North Carolina where they get their name, the guys of Parmalee now call Nashville home. After topping the charts with their signature hit, “Carolina” in 2013, the band continued to have a string of top 10 hits that put them on the country music map.

Calling themselves Music City locals for more than five years now, the quartet has managed to find a handful places they know and love. And while their current single “Sunday Morning” highlights the craziness of their busy touring schedule, the guys make it a point to visit some of their local favorites when they’re home in between tour stops.

Whether munching on tacos at a popular Mexican eatery to excitedly anticipating the arrival of what is sure to be a new Nashville hot spot, the members of Parmalee have their interests spread across the city.

Matt Thomas fills us in on some of Parmalee’s Nashville Favorites:

M.L. Rose West

“M.L. Rose – West is one of my favorite places to hang out, cool vibe.”

4408 Charlotte Avenue /

Taco Mamacita

“It’s a really cool spot.”

1200 Villa Pl /

The Red Door Saloon – Midtown

“Red Door Midtown, No. 1 hang.”

1816 Division St /

Cannery Ballroom

“Favorite venues, Cannery.”

1 Cannery Row /

Redneck Riviera

“Our buddy’s opening up this place called the Redneck Riviera. One of our good friends from North Carolina is part of that, so I’m excited about checking that place out and hanging out there. We’ve got some stuff during CMA Fest.”

208-210 Broadway /

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