Earl Parker grew up with a vivid imagination on a steady diet of
American television programs and a lot of popular music. When he was
a kid he wanted to be a monkey, when he was a teenager he wanted to
be left alone, and when he grew up he wanted to be a singer,
songwriter. His folks loved country music, and Earl loved The
Beatles, so it's no surprise that his songs contain the poetry of
the American heartland, and the lyrical mystery of John Lennon.
Parkerís songs receive airplay around the world from Europe to
Australia, New Zealand, & Japan, and have charted in Norway,
Denmark, The Netherlands, Italy, Sweden, Ireland, & The United
Kingdom. He is the author of the book Vampyre Blood-Eight Pints of
Trouble, and an award winning filmmaker whose work has been shown at
the Museum Of Modern Art in New York City.