Tyler Childers today releases a brand new EP titled 'Tyler Childers: Reimagined' exclusively on Apple Music. The collection features lovingly reworked acoustic renditions of some of the country and bluegrass sensation's biggest hits. Gathered in the same Nashville studio where he recorded his first two albums, the EP features acoustic renditions of "Lady May", "Creeker", and "Help Me Make it Through".
October came quickly this year, and with it so did ACL Music Festival. There’s something special about the first of the two-weekend music festival. It was hot. It was sweaty. It was exhausting. But that is to be expected. We, the people, prevailed. Fun was had, regardless of weather by tourists and locals alike.
Acclaimed singer, songwriter and musician Tyler Childers will perform two special shows at Pikeville, KY’s Appalachian Wireless Arena on Saturday, December 28 and Tuesday, December 31. Tickets for the “New Year’s Eve Run 2019” are available for pre-sale starting tomorrow, September 18 at 10:00am ET with public on-sale following this Friday, September 20 at 10:00am ET.
Tyler Childers confirms four-night "Country Squire Residency" at Nashville's historic Ryman Auditorium
Acclaimed singer, songwriter and musician Tyler Childers will make his headline debut at Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium with four special shows next year: February 6 (with special guest TBA), February 7 (with special guest TBA), February 15 (with special guest Larry Cordle) and February 16 (with special guest Daughter of Swords).
Tyler Childers partners with Hope In The Hills for second annual "Healing Appalachia" benefit concert
Tyler Childers’ highly anticipated new album, Country Squire, is out today via Hickman Holler Records/RCA Records. Stream/purchase HERE. Childers’ first release in partnership with RCA Records, Country Squire was produced by Sturgill Simpson and David Ferguson and recorded The Butcher Shoppe in Nashville.
Robert Earl Keen and Tyler Childers Celebrate Round of Shows Including Record Breaking 4th of July Performance
Robert Earl Keen and Tyler Childers celebrated a series of collaborative performances in Texas last week including a record-breaking 4th of July show in Kerrville, TX. The shows marked the first time the friends have performed together on stage. Keen and Childers both guested on each other's sets. Keen sang Childers’ “Whitehouse Road” and “Honky Tonk Flame” with Tyler and his band, The Food Stamps. Childers joined Keen’s sets to perform “What I Really Mean” and “Broken End of Love” with Robert and his band.