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"12 Most Notable Unsigned Bands in the United States"

Featured as one of the "12 most notable unsigned bands in the United States." - XM RADIO

"Play Magazine Interview"


Braxton Parker

Local musician Braxton Parker is the Cream of Philly. No, really—for two years in a row, Parker won the Cream of Philly competition at the World Café Live. If that alone doesn’t convince you that he’s something special, keep reading.

Parker, who sings and strums the guitar (both acoustic and electric, though unfortunately not at the same time — that would be cool, eh?) considers his music to be rock; he describes his sound as “singer-songwriter tunes but hard rock attitude.”

This creative musician has also opened for Bon Jovi (at the Wachovia Center) and toured from the East Coast to the West Coast, performing alongside Yellowcard, Dashboard Confessional, New Found Glory, Teddy Geiger, Guster and others.

Right now, Braxton Parker is recording in New York City with producer Ted Comerford, and Parker is very excited about producing his very first release. The album, he says, should be out in February. - Play Magazine

"Philadelphia Weekly Newspaper Interview"

Braxton Parker
by Brittany Sturges

From his old band Snoozebox to his reputation as a solo singer, Braxton Parker is making his name known…or at least his alias, anyways, with a MySpace account and his guitar.
“From the start, I knew music was the career I wanted to pursue. There was never any question about it,” Braxton said.
Sitting in an arm chair on the second floor of Starbucks, he looks like any other 24 year-old, dressed in jeans and a T-shirt—yet, he isn’t. How many 24 year-olds can say they’ve opened onstage for acts like Bon Jovi, Yellowcard, and the Roots?
As part of the local rock scene, what’s Braxton’s outlook on it all?
“It’s unfortunate…all the little venues are being shut down. Artists don’t have an outlet. People aren’t supporting the music and they need to.”
What’s next for Braxton Parker? Starting Dec. 15, he’ll be heading back to New York for a few days in the studio to work on his upcoming album, and he hopes to tour in January.
With all that planned, is there anything else he plans to throw in?
“I’ll be eating a lot of cheese steaks,” he says with a grin.
- Philadelphia Weekly





Somewhere between indie and mainstream you'll find Braxton Parker. An accomplished unsigned artist with an intense and profitable touring schedule, die hard DIY work ethic, and strong regional fan base, Braxton released his EP in April 2007 to great reception. Since its completion, the songs have been picking up a slew of radio, internet, satellite plays and press support. Friend and producer, Ted Comerford (Army of Me, Virginia Coalition, Zox) brought in the right players, including members from Ben Kweller for the project. With Comerford producing and Paul David Hager (Avril Lavigne, Butch Walker, American Hi-Fi) on board for mixing efforts, Braxton Parker was set to show the world what he's got. Since his start as a solo artist in July 2006, Parker has already managed to secure a regular spot on tours all over the country with Billboard Live and Ellis Entertainment. He has also had the honor of sharing the stage with artists such as Bon Jovi, Yellowcard, Dashboard Confessional, Guster, and New Found Glory.. Braxton Parker will be touring in support of his debut EP all Winter.