Tyler Childers envisions Country Squire as a “working man’s country album” – one that captures a relentless work ethic, a happy marriage, and a sly sense of humor.
“I hope that I’m doing my people justice, and I hope that maybe someone from somewhere else can get a glimpse of the life of a Kentucky boy,” he says.
Today, DelFest organizers announced addition’s to this year’s lineup including Tyler Childers with the Travelin’ McCourys, Robert Earl Keen, the Jerry Douglas Band, Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen, and the Price Sisters. 2019 festival favorite Tyler Childers will have the Travelin’ McCourys as his backing band, a truly could-only-happen-at-DelFest musical moment. This will be REK’s first and last DelFest performance as he announced earlier this year that 2022 will be his last tour.
Tyler Childers covers “Yes I Guess They Oughta Name A Drink After You” for new John Prine tribute record
A new version of John Prine’s “Yes I Guess They Oughta Name A Drink After You,” performed by Tyler Childers, is debuting today. Listen/share HERE. The song—whose proceeds benefit The Hickman Holler Appalachian Relief Fund—will be featured on the forthcoming Prine tribute record, Broken Hearts and Dirty Windows: Songs of John Prine, Vol.
Tyler Childers’ Spotify Singles session debuts today, feat. special guests Ricky Skaggs, Larry Cordle and The Travelin’ McCourys
Tyler Childers’ new Spotify Singles session is debuting today. Listen/share HERE. Co-produced by David Ferguson and William Garrett and recorded at The Butcher Shoppe in Nashville, the release includes a new rendition of Childers’ “House Fire” featuring The Travelin’ McCourys as well as a version of “Highway 40 Blues” with special guests Ricky Skaggs and Larry Cordle.
The official music video for Tyler Childers’ “Country Squire,” is debuting today (watch/share HERE). Directed by Kentucky-based comic book artist, Tony Moore (known for his award-winning work on The Walking Dead, The Exterminators and Fear Agent), “Country Squire” is Moore’s first music video project and was created in partnership with Bomper Studio.
Known for their dynamic and innovative sound, Asheville, North Carolina band Town Mountain returns with, “You Can’t Win Em All”, premiering exclusively at Wide Open Country today. Written by vocalist and mandolin player Phil Barker, the single is a swaying lament on love lost and introspective reflection on past decisions.
Grammy-nominated singer, songwriter and musician Tyler Childers was featured on “CBS This Morning” this past Saturday as part of their “Saturday Sessions” series. The performance included his Grammy-nominated single, “All Your’n,” as well as “Bus Route” and the title track of his acclaimed new album, Country Squire.
Known for their rowdy, energetic performances, Town Mountain has spent most of 2019 on the road, playing major festivals and venues across the country, including the legendary Grand Ole Opry. On September 30, the band made their debut at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado, to a sold-out crowd alongside prolific singer-songwriter Robert Earl Keen and Grammy-nominee Tyler Childers.