Kelowna based hip-hop artist Doug Crawford is touring with Tyrone Parsons (aka KnuckleHead) from the hit Netflix series Trailer Park Boys and they’ll be in Chilliwack Oct. 14.
Crawford has been taking the Canadian hip-hop scene by storm on back-to-back tours supporting Royce Da 5’9, ONYX, and Tech N9ne. His debut album One Day At A Time debuted on the Canadian Billboard charts top-selling hip-hop albums for 13 consecutive weeks and produced the smash single ‘Prayers’ featuring Adam Levine.
Since then, Crawford has generated more than one million Youtube views, and cut tracks with heavyweights like Krizz Kaliko, Mike Posner, and Obie Trice.
Parsons, born and raised in Lucasville, Nova Scotia, has been rapping under the name KnuckleHead since the 90s. He was signed to EMI Records and put out a pair of national releases with Atlantic rap troupe DJ Ruckus and Mad Craz.
His television persona began when he appeared in the music video for Classified’s ‘Unpredictable’, which made it into rotation on Much Music. From there, Parsons scored an audition with Mike Clattenburg who was casting the television Trailer Park Boys series. After landing the role, Parsons became T, a member of J-Roc’s Roc Pile on the hit television series where he has remained for eight seasons.
The two perform Friday, Oct. 14 at 9 p.m. at Main Street Nightclub (9282 Main St.). Tickets: $15 and available at Main Street Nightclub or online at ticketzone.com/event/550/the-sunnyvale-liquor-tour-chilliwack.