Second Tyler Childers Single Certified Platinum

The momentum behind Tyler Childers continues as now a second single from the Kentucky-based singer and songwriter has been Certified Platinum by the RIAA for sales and streaming equivalents over 1 million. The lead single “All Your’n” from Tyler’s 2019 album Country Squire was certified on August 19th by the RIAA for both Gold and Platinum status, meaning it has surpassed both the 500,000 and 1 million threshold in sales.

According to sources, Tyler Childers superfan and aspiring love interest Tammy Chiggers is elated at the news.

“All Your’n” joins Tyler’s “Feathered Indians” as a Platinum single in his catalog. “Feathered Indians” from Tyler’s 2017 album Purgatory was Certified Platinum on September 15th, 2020 after becoming the first single by Tyler Childers to be Certified Gold in February of 2020. Tyler Childers singles “Lady May” and “Whitehouse Road” also from Purgatory were Certified Gold on November 10th, 2020, giving Childers now four minted singles.

All of this is occurring while Tyler’s Purgatory album continues to be one of the most popular titles in all of country music here over four years after its original release. The album itself was Certified Gold by the RIAA on December 8th, 2020, and remains a regular in the Top 20 of the Billboard Country Albums chart on a weekly basis, coming in at #18 this week, with over 7,600 total units in sales and streaming equivalents, and songs from the album being streamed some 7.7 million times.

Purgatory now has all-time sales of over 891,000, meaning the album is heading toward the 1 million plateau to be Certified Platinum, while regularly beating out titles from major label country artists who receive significant radio play. Country Squire is fairing less well as an album, but “All Your’n” continues to be the dominant song from the set.

Tyler Childers has kept mostly a low profile throughout the pandemic, and has not announced a new tour, though he will be headlining the Healing Appalachia concert on September 24th, and will also be playing two shows at the legendary Red Rocks amphitheater on September 29th and 30th.

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