Will Parker is an award-winning musician and teaching artist from Texas. Will writes and performs music for kids and adults, and he teaches workshops on songwriting, improvisation, and the intersection of creativity and spirituality. He has a passion for building arts-based communities, and helping people of all ages discover the confidence they need to unlock their innately creative selves.
Music for Kids Ages 1-100
Will regularly tours the country, playing high-energy shows for kids. During his whimsical and interactive concerts, he plays guitar and harmonica and sings original songs that engage the audience in singing-along, dancing, high-fiving, and imaginative play. He has released two award-winning children’s albums, and he has an active YouTube channel featuring fun and entertaining musical content for kids.
Will and his wife, Cecelia, join forces to bring you their band, Blue Raspberry. Will and Cecelia co-write and sing original songs about mental health, healing, and navigating life with a spirit of joy.
St. Augustine's Day
St. Augustine's Day is Will's (mostly) solo project. Will has been immersed in a wide range of musical influences over the years--as is apparent in his tendency to fuse genres. From alt-rap to folk-punk to indie rock, he uses a variety of styles in his songs. Seen on guitar, ukulele and harmonica, his shows are engaging and high-energy. He writes and sings about mental health, recovery, healing, hope, and whatever else is on his mind and heart.
Junkyard Fort blends the creativity of Olivia Catterton, Sam Fuller and Will Parker -- along with featured artists -- into an energetic, blood pumping musical experience. They sing raw, energetic songs about anger, social anxiety, abuse, grief and the joy of being human.
Improv: Skills for Theatre and Life
Songwriting: From Start to Finish
Creativity: Unblocking the Flow
Improvisational Singing as Prayer
Creativity & Faith
Musical Improv and the Holy Trinity
Talks and Presentations
Creativity and Faith
Addiction Recovery & the Arts
Music and Mental Health
Improvisation as a Way of Life