Tyler Childers, in an interview posted on Spotify, pegged the new Nashville in a perfect way. He said of the city that is “the largest growing and developing city in the nation”, one traditionally known for country music, “Once you’re immersed in that, then there’s just a disconnect to the reality of what country life is.” In my opinion, Childers gets it right. Continue reading “Tyler Childers gets it right on country and perils of Nashville”
In June I wrote about indie music artist Tyler Childers’ new album Purgatory.
Childers’ album has just been released, and he must be smiling. Sturgill Simpson, who helped produce it, is probably smiling as well.
It’s been a long haul for this country artist who did gigs in a couple of states before seeing the kind of success most indie artists would like to have.
The fact he’s an independent makes the story even sweeter.
Sturgill Simpson, the indie musician who took his brand to the level just about any musician would love to enjoy, helped produce a new album for indie musician Tyler Childers.
The album ‘Purgatory’ comprising 10 of Childers’ songs will be out in August, and the backstory is interesting. Continue reading “Sturgill Simpson helped produce indie musician Childers’ new album ‘Purgatory’”