Tyler Farr Tour Schedule
Tyler Farr made a unique appearance in country music, with determination and a big ambition to find a career doing what he loves. Growing up with voice lessons and learning guitar, Tyler Farr entered college with the desire to sing lingering in the back of his mind. Spontaneously packing up and moving to Nashville, Farr took a chance, working whatever small jobs he could find, and eventually landed in the hands of a record label.
Tyler Farr’s first exposure to singing in Nashville came at his job as a bouncer for a honkytonk lounge. Occasionally Farr would take the stage and sing along with the band, which turned into a regular gig for him a few nights a week. Tyler Farr used all the resources he had to make a demo CD to demonstrate his vocal talents, but he didn’t know enough people to get it in the right hands. On the verge of giving up, Tyler Farr’s CD landed in the hands of music artist and songwriter Rhett Akins, who liked his singing and was interested in working with Tyler Farr. As a result, Tyler Farr landed a publishing deal with Sony ATV/Monument Publishing, which then led to a recording deal with Sony Music Nashville’s BNA Records. Farr released an EP album in 2010, and then singles “Hot Mess” and “Hello Goodbye” in 2012. Tyler Farr released his official debut studio album, Redneck Crazy, in September of 2013, which includes hit tracks “Chicks, Trucks, and Beer” featuring Colt Ford, “Whiskey in My Water”, and its title track, “Redneck Crazy”.