There are a lot of artists these days inspired by Tyler Childers. There’s only a select few that have inspired Tyler Childers themselves. One such soul is John R. Miller.
Not meant to be taken entirely seriously, but not completely sarcastic either, “Unincorporated” is a classic country album that is written and performed to very much emulate classic country songs, but served with just a dash of absurdity as to not be mistaken as genuine.
Well damn, who knew they had this up their sleeve? With all that down time in recent years, the backing band of Tyler Childers wasn’t just sitting there with their thumbs up their butts. Apparently they were busy crafting a side project of sorts called “El Dorodo.”
It’s official now. Tyler Childers is going back to his Gospel roots and religious upbringing in his latest album Can I Take My Hounds to Heaven, which is actually a collection of three albums in a unique concept where all eight songs are rendered three different ways. Announced Thursday…
It was a fiery set of music from Childers, who played some of his most-requested songs that he hasn’t been playing live recently. Tyler Childers also introduced a new member into his backing band, the Food Stamps, and it’s a familiar face.
When Childers rolled up to the Under The Big Sky Fest in Whitefish, Montana Sunday night (7-19) to play his first show in some 16 months, it wasn’t to warm the stage up for the big mainstream band that had blown in from Nashville in the Brothers Osborne, it was vice versa.